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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Grad Party... Approved by: 54' : 551., .

A graduation party for seniors By School Bd. i
and guests, sponsored by the J ,
parents of graduating seniors, is Judy Becker, School Board :
set from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday, School Board / V.\: Norman, County

June 6, at the Starke Golf and .t'r'.. u:.' 1,5
Country Club. IS Y
LAWT
Disc jockey Tony Mann from
Y100 in Daytona Beach will play Laurence Mosley, County If OK'sPlan
records and hand out "give-aways" Plaintiffs Sla v cant for School Board*j County I
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such as shirts, bumper stickers, I, ? I
E.D.33 .d.51Commission .
etc.All seniors and their friends are E.D. 701) ,; I i

invited. Admission is free. Dona- I, accepted by the county the governor, must also run for a I;;
tions to defray costs are being accepted i E.D. 67J commission and the four local plain- two-year term. '1'
by Davis, Monk, and Farn- ; tiffs, was also approved by the I "
:. sworth. School Board in special session The Ins and Outs... .
E.D. se Tuesday night, June 3. .
Plan I was approved May 7 by the
Free Blood Check... R.D. ea Included in the school board vote, county commission. At the May 12
proposed by veteran member
school board meeting, a newer
A free blood pressure check will Rodney Hall, is a stipulation that the called Plan II, which transferredsome i
be given the first Tuesday of every 41 county commission agree to go to city voters out of the two south
month from 1-4 p.m. in the library J.T. Parrish, School Board .D. 711 single member district for the up- county districts at the request of '
at Bradford Hospital. A registerednurse wnhur Waters, County Commission / coming September elections. Two school board member J.T. Parrish,
will issue blood pressure Len Schlofman, Sch. Bd. county commissioners, Maxie died for lack of a second to Board
cards, record readings and check E.D. 81// Maxie Carter, County Commission Carter and Lawrence Mosley, in- Member Rodney Hall's motion.
''1'' your pulse. dicated Wednesday they feel the entire By Tuesday night, June 3, after
: county board probably will accept -
three weeks at an Army training
...,,t BHS Alumni... ADOKRR the school board deaf with the school in Virginia, Hall had switched '

A general meeting of the Brad- E.D. 79 regular cumbent scheduled elections.progression of in- back to Plan I, approved by the
; .D. 77 Commissioner and the local
ford county plaintiffs. At
School
High Alumni
Associa- _E.D. 7if
Mosley, who will be in the so-called
tion is set Monday, June 9, at 7 first Chairman Parrish refused to t
black district, will not have to give
in the BHS declare Hall's motion an emergencyso
p.m. library I ,r
the last two of his term.
up years the school board could
All grads are urged to attend. vote on it. t'
Kodney Hall, School Board t Commissioner Carter said the Parrish said he'd promised the
. ...,,../ E.W. Hodges, County commission will probably call a county commissioners a joint .
Square Dance... ,-r"'L I special meeting on the proposal as meeting when Hall !got back. The
soon as written word is received .
Each Tuesday, 8 p.m., Kingsley county asked for a joint meeting, ;rt
.,. Hampton Div.i from the school board offices. Chairman Parrish said "..
Lake Civic Center. Plus level. 1.1 .we promised. :::
I "If they don't implement it, then I intend ,
Dance, first Saturday of each to see they get one. :a
we don t have a deal, said Board member Len Schlofman ,
month -
same place. 7 p.m. Chariman Parrish.
\ pressed for a reason. "I'm not sure ."
8
workshop, p.m. mainstream
dance. "It's time for them to put up or we're going to approve anything,"
k
shut said Board
up, Member
said Parrish.
.. If interested in square dance Rodney Hall, "I'm tired of being
. Schlofman asked
lessons "Is there
please call 964-7955 for "
caught in a cross-fire. "
'M another ?
plan coming
.' ;" more information. 1 E.D.71U' Under Plan I and the deal worked "I don't know of one," said Par
<.i. 1S8O CENSUS DIVISIONS E.O.70 out by the school board, both county rish.
: Cheerleading Clinic... '). .. commissioners and school board Schlofman termed it foolish not to x

i' The annual summer cheerleadingclinic .1'''''COUNTY CENSUS DIVISION ;. members scheduled would but run in their as regularly single bring members up Plan were in I when favor three of it. board
the Bradford
' High cheerleaders sponsored by is set June 16-20 JUiviEFJ/xTiOM DISTRICT .E.D.r..., .._h_... ._. ._ -E.W.member Hodges districts.and E.L.Commissioners(NookNorman Hall expressed concern that the -
w from 11 a.m. until noon in the BHS Sf SEE CITY IVIAPSBRADFORD must run in 1986. School board tling school the board suit.was not Attorney moving Robert on set-

gym. .. members regularly scheduled to run who the
Cooper, school
tr') All girls from grades K-12 are invited are J.T. Parrish, Judy Becker, and board's insurance represents company, told the
"'''' to attend. i. the current open seat held by the late court May 6 the board won't contest
sticks and ribbons will be N
Spirit COUNTY = Patricia Spengler. Board member
the claims and indicated
.L; a plan to
. %, awarded daily. Cheers, chants, and Len Schlofman, appointed to replace implement single member districtsSee
. Y stunts will be taught. Cost of $10 for former school board member J.R.

...:. '.. the week. For more information, (Jim) Lawson, who was removed by ( Plan I..P.2A
. .... .nruin* 9647824.
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f" 4. $ for N.C. Trip... Graduation Set for 8 o.m.. Friday in BHS Stadium I

4y -
The Youth of the
First 212 students are expected to postponed until 10 a.m. Saturday, Kelliene Ann Baldwin, Donna Kay Senators are Lynn Bowen. Monica
,\1'' sale Presbyterian this Church plan a yard graduate next Friday June 6, in the June 7 in the BHS football stadium. Barker, Larry W.Barnhill,Amy Lee I IX Maslowski Latanya Tyson.
'.-. W. Madison Saturday, June 7, at 722 1986 commencement ceremonies at Valedictorian of the Class of 1986, Clark Allison Sue Denmark, VenusDougbman II I The 1986 graduating class chose as
r, 5 Street from 9 a.m. until the Bradford High School stadium. Terese Richardson, daughter of Mr. Joseph E. Griffis, its motto "What we are today is
4 p.m.Proceeds The exact number of graduateswill and Mrs. Al Richardson of Santa Fe Melissa P. Griffis, Erika Lee Gruen, what we've made of ourselves but
;,,y will help fund the youthon not be known until graduation Lake, will deliver the farewell ad- Edward L. Hall, Inc John Hamilton, now the time has come to cherish the
Center.a trip to Montreal, N.C. Youth day. 208 students come from the dress. Salutatorian Rusty Nail, son Sharon D. Martin, Tonja Shea Mc- memories and move forward: to use
class rankings. The other four of Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Nail of Cloud, Theresa P. McCollum, Irving what we've learned for the future in
students are special education Lawtey, will give the welcoming ad- T. Meres,Jr., Katherine O'Hearn, r fulfilling our hopes and dreams."
students who are not ranked. dress. Richard Lee O'Steen, Stacey Joe The class flower chosen is the red-
The guest speaker for the 1988 Five more Bradford High School Parrish, Michael A. Rowley, tipped white rose. and the class colors -
graduation ceremony is Com- students will graduate with high Melissa Ann Todd Deanna Michele chosen are scarlet and gray.
Upcoming... mander Charles W. Moore, Jr. Com- honors, meaning they have grade Tomlinson, Michelle Ann Watkins, y Usherettes and ushers for the 1986
The Board of Governors of the mander Moore is one of the four of- point averages of 3.5 or above. Theyare Melissa S. Williams and James graduation ceremonies are juniors:
Starke-Bradford County Chamberof ficers of the VSA 131 Strike Fighters : Phillip Wilson. hllynn Chaff. Chuck Coburn. Deena
Commerce is set today (Thursday Squadron,which was responsible for Marsenna L. Brantley, daughterof Jim Duncan, superintendent of Cox.: Brad Green. Sherri Harrell.
June 5) at 12:30: p.m. taking out missile bases in Libya. Mr. and Mrs. John Brantley of schools for the Bradford District, Audrey Pierce. Logan Ricks.
The Bradford Humane Society is Dr. Alan Robertson, president of Starke. will be the presenter of diplomas.Dr. Stephanie Sams. Shaun Schmidt
set to meet at 7:30: p.m. today Santa Fe Community College, was Tracie LeAnn Clark, daughter of Albert J. Rother,principal of the ;gr Stacey Shuford. Ann Starling. Eric
(Thursday, June 5)) in the Chamberof originally scheduled to speak, but Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clark of Starke. High School, will be presenter of Starling. Anna Ward. Greg Wigginsand
Commerce. The meeting is opento cancelled due to factors beyond his James Franklin Hayes, son of Senior Class Medallions. Robyn Pam Willingham.
the public. control, says Dr. Al Rother, BHS Mrs. Carolyn Hayes of Starke. McNelley, Senior Class sponsor, will -
i The Executive Board of the principal.The Lynn Holtzendorf,daughter of Mr. .'.by 1.5..'u,.** Other speakers will be Tracie
Starke Junior Woman's Club is set graduation ceremony is set in and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf of Starke. LeAnn Clark. Senior Class presi
' to meet at 7:3: p.m. Monday, June the BHS football stadium,"tarting at Karen R. Martin, daughter of Mr. ; .., dent. Tamera Ann Dempsey will
9, in the board room at Starke 8 p.m. and ending at approximately and Mrs. Ralph Martin of Lawtey. GrltfU adjust give the opening prayer and Allison
Center of Santa Fe Community Col- 9:15: p.m. In the event of rain, Honor graduates chosen with a ; of Friday Sue Denmark will give the closing
lege. All officers are reminded to graduation ceremonies will be grade point average of 303.4 are: : prayer.
attend. Any other members are a


Civitan welcome.The bloodmobile Regional Blood from Center the in ''Aeinners' State Their Lake Access .

Gainesville is due in Starke Tuesday -
May 10. It will be parked from

9-10 a.m. at the Florida surplus Commissioners will take two overplayed, and could be controlledby lives on the it they can use the access.
property warehouse on US-301 weeks to decide whether or not to enforcing current laws. They said all he "Mr. Beidler, that's not your pro-
south and beside Badcock Fur- close the county's two 50-foot wide don't mind if the accesses are open to perty. Why should they ask you
niture across the street from theChamber accesses to Silver Lake near limited to swimmers,with boats and anything," said Marty Russell.
of Commerce office from Keystone Heights, meanwhile the automobiles prohibited on the small listened to "You don't let anyone else go
11 a.m. iuntil 5:30: p.m. accesses donated to the public in lake, they said. closed, down there either," said Mrs. Pot-
.The school boards of Bradford 1946 will remain open. Gary Clem, who met with county it kept
and Clay counties are scheduled fora A group of citizens opposing the attorney Reggie Flynn in the past for either ter.Frank Johnson pointed out if a
joint meeting at Camp Blanding closing of the public accesses to month looking for a way to legally Maxie lake is 25-acres or more the lake
this Tuesday, June 10, at 9 a.m. to Silver Lake appeared before the close the accesses, again referred to front is state property up to the high
discuss procedures about allowing county commission Monday, June 2, rowdy behavior he says regularly my four little water mark. Zoning Director L.M.
students from one county attend represented by attorney Terry requires confrontations between and fish," Gaines said that has been questionedin
school in the other county. Presently Brown. As they did May 5, some public visitors and lake property a resident of some south Florida cases in which
the boards exchange contracts Silver Lake residents asked the com- owners. who first courts have ruled the high water
about allowing Kingsley Lake mission to close the accesses and Speaking for those opposing the the commis- mark moves toward a lake in low
students attend Bradford schools give or sell them to adjoining property closing of public accesses to the ago. water periods and up from the lake
and Bradford students around owners or to the highest bid-- lake, attorney Brown said a county to.'h. her family is in periods of high water.
Keystone Heights to attend KH der.With moved to close the two roads would times with the George Manning pointed out that
schools, and for Clay Hill studentsto the opposing sides present be very questionable. As trustees of the lake front, Silver Ridge residents have an 80
attend Clay schools. Monday, the meeting became quite the public trust, the county commis- are no foot access, separate from the two
The Brooker city commission Is boisterous at times. At one point sion is legally and morally bound to the lake front. county accesses, for their use.
set to meet at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Chairman E.L. (Nook) Norman, look out for the best interests of the who lives at "Everybody here is probably nice
June 10, in city hal minus a gavel, pounded on the desk entire public,not just a few privileged the lake, told prople," said Rhonda Gilley but the
The Hampton city commissionset but failed to quiet the audience who landowners, said Brown."I Clem's had problem is beer parties, cursing, not
to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June failed to hear noise created by Norman see here nothing unique... people of the lake. even near the vicinity of the county
10, in city hall. slamming his fist on the desk. are continually trying to restrict shown accesses. Fred Gilley pointed out a
y The Quarterback Club of Brad- Those who want the accesses clos- public access to state property. meeting of rider allowed horse droppings in the
ford High School is set to meet at ed say the public partiers are loud Public bodies such as yourselves, was her son edge of the lake as his family sun-
7:30: p.m. Tuesday, June 10, in the leave trash on the beach, and must stand up and protect the In- the son's bathed in front of their home. Gilley
field house at BHS. All supporters generally carry-on in a disruptive terests of the little people,"attorney said he had to rake the manure from
are urged! to attend. manner. Lake resident Gary Clem Brown told the commissioners. who lives ad- the water.
The Disabled American asked the commission to "exercise The littering and noise problem is and keeps Norton Inlow a lake resident since
Veterans arc set to meet next your rights as county commissioners not nearly as severe as the commission picked up and 1993, said he know of no lake resi-
Thursday, June 12, in the Pratt and close the unused has been led to believe,attorney the access, dent who would not allow a fire truckon
Street Recreation Center for u 7 streets. Brown said. Some signers of the Lake for their property to use the lake for/a
p.m. covered dish dinner and a 7:30: Those opposing the closing, say petition to close the two accesses nobody'has
.. p.m. mooting. the littering problem problem is were mislead that a dock and boat debris or ask (See Silver Lake..p.2A)







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I Plan I Approved by School Board ,

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from page I missioners shortly after 7 p.m., but The vote for Plan I was 3.1. Par Chairman 1'arrish told Mrs. same. It's got to be,said Hall. under the single member districtsthis
would be worked out soon. Told by Mrs. Chitty could reach only Com rish opposing, and Rodney Hall, Len Elizabeth Walker, who was presentat Supt. Jim Duncan said he will year.
attorney Terry Brown it stands missioner Maxie Carter. When Mrs. Schlofman, and Judy Becker votingfor the meeting and is one of the four notify the county of the school board Stewart reminded the board the
small chance of successfully defen- Chitty reported that Carter said it. local plaintiffs, that his vote was not deal,and move to have school board cost of the suit is going up, that the
ding the discrimination allegationsthat in opposition to the black district or attorney Terry Brown to sign the sooner a settlement is reached, the
a black can't be elected under single member districts,and pointedout proposal to send to the plaintiff's at- better. The school board's suit costis
current at-large voting, the school there was no need for a joint meeting Hall said Chairman Parrish had a he has supported both concepts torney, David Lipman of Miami. being paid under a liability In-
board's intention has been to settleas if the school board was going to good rationale in wanting fairer from the beginning. surance program through the con-
quickly as possible. adopt Plan I,Chairman Parrish then treatment for rural voters. Three The Clock is Running... sortium. Stewart said attorney Lip-
Parrish had secretary Joan Chitty declared Hall's motion to adopt Plan districts coming into Starke is Schlofman said he is glad to have School board members told Bill man will submit his bill, and the
attempt t to phnnp the ronntv oo'-. I an emergency enough Hall said.SAVIN' county and school board districts the Stewart of the NE Florida Education final word on the amount will be by
Consortium the deal is contingent Judge Howell Melton in case Lip-
upon the county holding elections man's bill is exhorbitant
I Silver Lake Access To Be Discussed
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from page 1 and give the owners funny looks place to go to," replied Beidler. If the lake is open, then ask Col Jo Ann'sA 10-4 Sat.
water source. There has been a halt when they arrive, like "...who are Frank Johnson again appealed for. Beidler to remove the cable he has South 301 Plaza
dozen fires over the years -1I.naall you, what are you doing here? the county to limit the accesses to across the south access,Russell asked : ( ) rks47
Speciality Gift Shop (904/9s
residents have cooperated, Inlow "If people want access to the lake swimmers. He suggested the county .
said. let them buy it and pay property erect a gate large enought for peoplebut
Summertime and the
It's not fair to take away the taxes on it," said Mrs. Hodge. not for vehicles.At "Col. Beidler, if you have a chainup living is easy... with pasta seasonings
public's right to the lake,said a lady. Marty Russell said the problem is that point Chairman Norman you will have to take it down, or dip mixes that have so many uses, and tropical jams & mar
"We love it there. We want a chanceto being blown out of proportion, and said the commission will decide in we'll have the sheriff do it," Com- malades that are delicious with cream cheese.
show you we'll take care of it." said Col Beidler is responsible for two weeks whether or not to close missioner Lawrence Mosley Com The taste treat this week is Country Vegetable. Stop in for a
Diane Wynn Hodge said strangerswill most of it."Yeah the acceses. Meantime, the accesses missioner visited the south access taste You'll be glad didl!
be picnicing under the Hodge shed the colonel. If it wasn't for remain open commissioners said to Monday afternoon and the cable bar you I
when the family goes to the lake. the colonel you wouldn't have a Marty Russell's question. rier was down. We Appreciate Ybur Patronage


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Michelle Hall you for the wonderful friendship we education and essays you crammed Momma, I love you very much. ,,0 :SNAlJPEA1' 0 "
By have shared all year. Mush, I love down my throat.I might have moan You always got enthusiastic about 0
Since this will by my last Tornado you like a sister; sometimes you ed and groaned about it, but I am the little things I did,the little thingsI
I Talk I'm going to make it different know me better than I know myself, very thankful. All the advice you accomplished. Thanks for all the SPRING
SAVINGS
from all the rest. Instead of tanks which is awfully scary! '! '! have given me In the past, I have put love and support you have given me EVENT
information, I will give out Mrs. Petrella, thanks for all the to good' use. Thanks. in my 18 years. Don't ever forget
and Eoodbves. that I love you. FREE ATTACHMENT NO DOWN PAYMENT NO MONTHLY PAYMENT FOR SO DAYS'
Thanks to everyone who has been I Chris buddy, hang in there! During SNAPPER'S Spring Savings Event you get the best
patient with me about writing about You've been through a nightmare, SNAPPER values ever! Purchase a II, 12.5 or 16 HP Lawn
your organization, club, etc. but you've come out on top,as usual.If Tractor at regular retail price and receive a FREE 33"
Especially those times when after SAW! there's ever anything I can get Hi-Vac' or 4f"or 48'' rotary mower attachment OR 50%
all the trouble we went through, it you, just holler (nothing illegal, OFF our Twin Bag Catcher or Bag-N-Wagon\ all the
didn't get printed. I would especiallylike ok7)). And J.J., make the most of the details visit your nearest SNAPPER dealer today.
to thank Mark Friedlin and Bob- next three years in High School. Take advantage of our convenient Snap-Credit Plan
Ferguson for their patience and Don't lollygagg around like I did; which features no down pay
faith in me. They took the time and A FATHER'S DAY you're the brains in the bunch,so put ment and no payment for fj lt's.nmp with
effort to show me the ropes and them to good use. 90 days -*
guide me in the right direction. And NAPPER
especially Mark, who has found so GIFT HE'LL LOVE Good luck to next year's Tornado
many of the things I lost in the Talk writer. Whoever it is, if you A division of Fuqua Industries
machine that were important and need any help, I'll be around so Just
saved my skin. And Mark, a little Big 2.3 cu. in. engine ask. I hope you enjoy it as much as I FREE
return advice, since you've given me Full countervibe have enjoyed it this past year. Good DECK
so much; the next time you buy a Model/2300 16" Bar & ChainCounlervbe luck to next year's seniors; make it
car. go for black. You never know CVA-16 your best. And I wish all the luck to
what could happen to a white interior 2300/ Weighs less than 9 Ibs. next year's student body. Make the
t wI/ 16' Bar most of your education and put it to /
Kimberly, thank you for all the use.And pro p.OPYI .
support and love you have 'l so, I will say goodbye. Good-
unselfishly given me; I never would bye! 1/
have made it without you. HAL -
TWIN SAO
Mush. Rusty and Wayne, thank vyg1P CATCHiS
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Boat Owners Retail ,>:., rticJlt. 1
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Must ReregisterAll 782.3017 A.LOW Ae I -1

Florida vessel owners who craftor in- T-Bones . . ea. $198Ribeyes S92 =-
tend to operate their pleasure '
commercial vessels between July SA11E 10 NOW$16999ONLY 69* 'Avallobl.on'2 5 onO IO NPOnIi ,
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1. 1986 and June 30, 19117 are reminded Center Cut

to reregister their vessels at their to Pork Chops .. . ea. 49 0 f ,
tax collectors' offices prior
county July 15 of this year. Exclusive 1 veal imileo warranty on all Poulan models. See dealer for details. Country Smoked 89 '--i: J U.K'.Y"C' ROTARY MOW'R
Vessel in Bradford County Rib Bacon . . lb. I '0'.."M009nRtail
owners It's the best for the money because it's a
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will not receive renewal notice, ac- Boneless .,- .1. 271"
cording to Tax Collector Esther Chuck Steak . .Ib. V" i0'A.MO0.5 ROTARY MOWII -o W"PO1A1Y"125&10MPMOOe&11t111 MOW'R
Hall Owners may reregister their Xtra Large ,.1..'34I" Petal'.1..'str'

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Ulu-ate of registration and the ap- Poulan < il9
propriate registration fee to the Ground Chuck . lb. I 2 YEAR UMITED WARRANTY

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Affairs has conditionally approved \
$2.7 million in Florida Small cities Re Two Winners will win 5 Sessions 8ig

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munities,DCA Secretary Tom LewisJr. One winner will receive a 'O0 Off
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The $575,000 conditionally awarded
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BHS Auditorium Needs

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Funds for ImprovementsWith LMURDfM4r

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Starke and Bradford County now ment of the population is being tested. r

advancing on so many fronts, it is of The high school annually experiencesfive

great importance to strive for com- or six days in lost time because of ..

parable progress in other areas in orderto lack of a facility suitable for group i

have a well-balanced community.One testing programs. w.- r 4C"M

striking need for improvement is The Bradford County community has

the obvious inadequacy of our high been very fortunate to establish a good

school auditorium facility which has working relationship with Santa Fe

long been a source of concern becauseof Community College, especially since a

deficiencies in acoustics, and Starke Center for SFCC has been -ws ry. Lx.

lighting, as well as heating and coolingto established here through a total com- x* afr

meet seasonal standards of comfortfor munity effort to raise almost $1 millionin

large assemblies.At local funds for complete renovation to
adapt the 1902 Bradford County Cour- I
long last, local school officials have
thouse to this use. Some 400 to 500 ,
been in in
successful
having $400,000 i
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state school funds included in the cur- students, both college age and older r; 7'.o."t.; .viE: '''}T> ,:":" \o- ,,; ,. ,- M-- ; I
adults, are already enrolled in this
rent House and Senate appropriationsbills
which are now in the Conference facility. For the past eight years SFCC First County Fairgrounds at Lake Butler I
has brought a cultural series known as
Committee before being returned to the
two bodies for final approval. After that the Fall Festival of Performing Arts to "Uncle Frank" Rivers Was ChairmanOf
Starke and
the bills will go to the Governor who has with growth of the Starke
the right to line item veto. Center these performances will soon require -
a larger seating capacity than can
In school funding, the Governor has be provided now. 1913 Bradford County Fair Assn.Believe .
customarily o.k.'d only items which are
We are confident that
on the approved DOE (Department of by renovating
Education) list, but local school officials the existing school auditorium with new it or not. Bradford County Fairs range, as now. Later we sold a little fresh should be exhibited at the Fair this
are hopeful that he will approvethe seating, stage facilities, complete were being held in the county 73 years ago, pork in the market at 5 cents a pound but and I think I will show them a Bradford year
relighting, and correctly designed or perhaps longer. Of course, Bradford we bought more salt pork at 8 to 10 cents a County wagon made of local timber. There
BHS auditorium project because of
included what is now Union
Countyin
County pound.
acoustical partitions this basically are some good hogs in the county that
its broad community support and the 1913 when the first written account thatis
sound structure can be turned into a "The old citizen who owned the first would look well beside the old breed of
still record carried in issue of
was an
obvious need for such an improved totally adequate on buggy and rode his buggy-horse to the hogs. Good cattle, too, are not scarce and
facility. The of that That fair was
Telegraph year.
facility.It meeting house of them ought to be exhibit.
on Sunday has many some on
held in Lake Butler because, the article
has been pointed out that it wouldbe Bradford County has attained Blue stated "it is the most central and accessible descendants in the county. Most of his sons "We used to make most of our sugar in
and their
impossible to finance the auditorium Chip Certification from the Florida point in the county." grandsons take families to the old days. It was good brown sugar andit
church now in autos and
they often for
renovation with the use of PECO Department of Commerce, as a com- They also had a Fair Association in those their cars with a couple of bales of pay 70-cent was satisfactory until the storekeepers
began to show had
( Public Education Captial Outlay) munity that is recognized for its poten- days and "Uncle Frank" Rivers inventorand cotton or a single crop of Irish potatoes from away off us sugar that was they slightly freightedin lighterin
funds since a special tax levy of 1.5 mills tial to attract new industry, leading to maker of the famous "DoubleStockPlows" worth $7.9 a barrel. They ship their hogs color. Later, the commercial sugar was
(the limit) would produce only approx- inevitable growth in population. It is only 1917., was president of this organizationin snow white and we ceased to use the home-
fitting and proper that our community made sugar,though we knew that the local
in Bradford The
imately $80,000 County. and its school auditorium be In an October 12 issue of The Telegraphof product was superior in food value to the
bonding capacity of our school districtis facility that year, Uncle Frank recalled the refinery stuff. Our people should begin to
at its maximum amount at the pre- upgraded to accommodate the needs of days when he first came to Bradford Coun- make their own sugar again and I would

sent time, and no new revenue can be our growing population. ty with his parents in 1869. "There was just like to see some Bradford County sugar at
in the that I know of, "
one buggy county
the Fair in 1918.
generated from that source. This $400,000 appropriation has the and that was owned by a good brother,now .j
The need for auditorium im- strong support of our legislative delega- dead. He used to load his family into the Bradford County was divided in 1921 to
tion, and other friends in both the buggy on Sundays and because there was create Union County from all the land west
is obvious. The utilizationof
provements Senate and the no room for him and the family, too, he of New River, and the Lake Butler
House.
If it is
this facility by school groups is quite now approved solved the problem by taking his seat fairgrounds was the scene of "the greatest
high, and there are still no adequate by the Conference Committee, astride the horse" public gathering ever held in Bradford
facilities available for and finally both houses of the County in October of that year to celebratethe

bodies of students. All of testing our schools large Legislature, it is hoped that it will also hereabouts"There were in those few days., if Farmers any, wagons had to instead of Importing salt bacon. And In- boat birth named of the"Union new county. A large made paper

lose instructional time when one seg- escape the threat of a line-item veto. do their hauling mostly in two-wheel carts, they stead cure of paying their 30 cents for white salt pork an English artist who County"lived in was Lake Butler by,
own meat for their
or they packed their provisions on poniesfor own use.
and was christened with a bottle of Coca-
the return trip home." They ship a surplus to the North and sell it
on the hoof for 15 cents and upward. They Cola since champagne was too expensiveand
Commission During the hard times of Reconstruction used to buy most of their corn and meal might have offended some teetotalers,
to Recommend Days following the civil war Uncle Frank from the North, too, but of late years the anyway.
I said "the spirit of progress and develop- shipments of corn to this county from the For a number of years, probably slar-
ment did not flourish, and for a time condi- middle West have fallen off until they are ting during the Great Depression of the
NASA Safety UpgradingAccording tions were" what you would call1\ almost nil. Our people now ship a great 1930s, the fair was abandoned, and later ,!,\
backward. deal of corn and the meal is ground at local revived in the 1940s by the American '
"Most of the bacon that was used came mills. They have also learned to make bet- Legion Post in Starke. F.romthat hum Restart -
to advance "leaks," which "The in-fighting has been incredibleto to us in l.OOO.lb. hogs heads and the ter wagons than they can buy from the it has grown to its present status of
seem to be standard procedure in watch," Philip Culbertson, NASA's storekeeper would open the big barrel and North and for less cost. one of the most outstanding small town
Washington the sell the whole consignment before it could fairs in Florida, and is held at the
presidential commis- general manager was quoted as saying "The people of Bradford County have fairgrounds in Starke.In .
sion investigating the tragic Challenger in a recent Wall Street Journal report. be hauled to the store. much more to exhibit at a county fair than
disaster, will recommend that "There were a few hogs in the woods but they realize. They have traveled a long Association 1981 a new Union County Fair
to the with
According "leaks" the was organized plans to
astronauts be included in with contrac- most of our fresh meat was game or beef. way toward better things since 1869. One of revive an annual fair in Lake Butler,but
13-member so
commission, headed by There were a great cattle the the two-wheel
tors when shuttle-launching decisionsare former Secretary of State William many on carts of the early days far this revival has failed to materialize.

made, in order to avoid NASA Rogers, will lay the blame for the

bureaucracy bungling in the future. January 28 explosion on a faulty seal I
County Agent's Notebook by Bobby L, Taylor
joining the lower two
The recommendation was apparentlymade segments of theshuttle's County Extension' Agent
after leaders of the astronaut booster rocket. The decision to

corps appeared before the commission launch was made by NASA in spite of This is the time of year when I get Questions and Answers plants. Roots need air to function and too
calling for the creation of an indepen- repeated warnings over a long period of numerous calls from gardeners about problems much water kills or greatly decreases root
dent office within NASA to give more attention time that the faulty booster might result and pests on their vegetables. One Malathion or Diazinon, plus Sevin. Apply growth.
to safety-related problems and in disaster, especially in cold weather of the most common problems is wilt on the insecticide after a rain or overhead ir Time to water is also important. During
flight that scientist said such as that on the morning of the tomatoes. Unfortunately, this problem can rigation. dry periods, it may be ncessary to wait
procedures one not be corrected after It has attacked the Other questions include garden Irriga- during the heat of the day. Water will cool
subjected the astronauts to "a kind of launch. tomato plant, and I hate to tell the tion. In irrigating the garden it is advisable the grass and prevent damage. However,
Russian roulette". The Commission members are expected gardener that there is nothing he can do to thoroughly wet the soil once a when daytime waterings are not possible,
to have sharp words for the flaw- for affected plants. week unless sufficient rain falls, rather water whenever convenient. Late after
ed The best way to prevent wilt (fuasium than to apply several light sprinklings. A noon or early morning watering which
The commission's report, which is expected process by which the space agency and bacterial) is to grow resistant growing garden will require 1 inch of keeps the plants wet for many hours longer
to run some 225 pages, is on its adopted an increasingly ambitious varieties and/or fumigate the soil before water per week and when the plants are than normal can be detrimental.Extendedwet
way to the printers after more than four flight schedule even as NASA engineers transplanting. Even then some plants may large as much as 2 inches may be re periods encourage plant disease. So
months of on-scene investigations of tracked, but never solved, years of problems develop the disease. quired. Place shallow cans in your gardento water early enough in the afternoon so that
NASA with the critical Other common problems are insects, determine how much water is being ap the plants will dry out several hours before
operations around the country. booster rocket and diseases like early and late blights, plied. nightfall or late enough in the morning so
The investigations revealed in-fighting joints.At leaf spots and mildews Leaf spots and Water should never be applied at a rate that the plants have had time to dry before
and back-biting within the NASA least, it is good to know that when blights can be controlled with a regular faster than it can be absorbed by the soil. irrigated.
organization that one astronaut said Challenger's successor is finally laun- spray or dusting program using Zineb, If the sprinkler applies too much water, it I also get calls on herbicides for the
Maneb, Captan or Benlate. only runs off and is being wasted. garden but I usually suggest cultivation.
"reminds me of a sick chicken in the ched, the astronauts
as well as any Insects such as hornworms, fruitworms, Avoid extremes in water. Light, fre- The primary purpose of cultivation is to
chicken yard. Everyone's pecking at civilians that might be aboard, will aphids, stinkbugs, loopers and cutwormscan quent waterings are inefficient and produce control weeds. Weeds are easy: to control
everyone else." Is that any way to run a know, for sure, just what risks they be controlled with a general purpose shallow root systems. Excessive irrigation when they are small. Shallow cultivation
space program? face.Senate's insecticide applied at 7-day intervals. The which keeps the root zone and hoeing is advised in order to reduce
spray or dust should contain eitherIf saturated with water is also harmful to the damage to the crop root system. No one
chemical weed killer (herbicide) can be
sUIUested_ for a Prnu/fner an_..*.ionnD.'e ...
First TV Session -- '

I Forestry in Bradford CountyNature's
KLPOA Will Hear][

Gets Mixed ReviewsFor Air Conditioner Wildlife June Officer SpeakAt
14 Supper

better or worse, proceedings of For their you move a thermometer from the in adililiuii iu uiudilying the Members of Kingsley Lake Property
TV debut
the United States Senate are now being most of the bright summer sun of a street to the shade temperature, the trees also are removing Owners Association will hear
televised daily-when the Senate is in Senators spruced up in accordance with cast by a group of large oak trees, you'llsee carbon dioxide from the air-also for use in Jerry Krumrich of the Florida
session, that is-between holidays. The "photo opportunity" tips from the net- the temperature gauge drop by as making their food-and releasing oxygen Game & Fish Commission, speak at
only competition for the posturing work advisory crews. much as 15 degrees. into the air where it is available for peopleto a covered dish supper to be held in
Even out in the lower populated edges of breathe. the Civic Center Saturday, June 14.
filibustering Senators will be the morn- Dipping into history, Senate Majority the county the shade will be five or six But these functions hardly scratch the The speaker will discuss the conti-
ing soap operas, including "General Leader Robert Dole dropped the namesof degrees cooler than the areas of open sun. surface of the ways in which trees benefit nuing program of stocking Kingsley
Hospital", "Guiding Light" and "HeMan" John Calhoun and Daniel This ability of trees to make a more com- people.They make any town look better by Lake with Sunshine Bass.
Webster
It is to who'll win that who fortable environment is one of their more improving the landscape. They hide
easy guess ( would have
undoubtedly put on a desirable traits. It is one of the most Important disagreeable sights and reduce unwanted
ratings race.Because better show, had they been present) ; reasons for homeowners to plant noises. They provide food and homes for
of a lag in returning to their Minority Leader Robert Byrd quoted trees. They are improving their living animals, insects, and birds and improvethe ON BEINGA
senatorial duties after Tennyson and space, while making it a cooler place to quality of soil in which they grow. They
a 12-day Talleyrand;; Senator live in the, summer. filter dirt and dust out of the air, holding it
Memorial Day recess, only ten of the 100 Albert Gore echoed quotes from Jeffer- The temperature reduction, is mainly on their leaves until it is washed down to PARENTChildren
members were on hand for a somewhatless son, and Senator Charles Mathias calledup the result of two factors. First, the leaves the soil by rain water.
than auspicious march into the shades of George Washington intercept the sunlight and prevent it from When foresters speak of trees as"enhan-
television era, almost a decade behind reaching the ground; the heat is used by cing the environment" or "improving the are great most erf the
the House of But the Senate can do better than the tree in its food manufacturing process. quality of life," these are the qualities of tlmel To help you cope with raising
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Representatives.The that, and probably will if the Second, the tree is evaporating water into which they speak. children cal Tel'-Med at 964-4896
few Senators present for the occasion given right the air, and -this process requires con- But there is one more benefit,an Intangible or 378-0007 and ask for any of
were something less than material. Memorable exceptions to siderable amounts of heat from the air.Studies one that is difficult to evaluate but, these tapes by number:
allow the electronic media inside the nevertheless, very real. The greenery,
oratorical, most of them obviously august chamber have been made in the shade and protection of trees is appealingto 133 Advice for parents of

reading their prepared remarks, which past, with four-star results. Remember 0 / the average person, and frequent accessto teenagers
even included bit of original verse the dramatic .p such areas or parks does wonders for 404 Brothers and sisters getting
McCarthy hearings of (_4) nerves jangled by pavement, noise and along
from Senator Heflin of Alabama: 1954, the Fulbright Vietnam hearings in heat; in brief, trees soothe tensions.It 405 The single parent family .

"Turn the spotlight over here, 1966, and that super production, the often takes effort and money to maintain 408 Discipline and punishment
Watergate hearings of 1974? healthy trees, but there is no doubt 434 Child abuse
"Focus the camera at my place; about it: they pay their way, and worth
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So don't write off the Senators yet. every penny of effort in the benefits they Te.Med It a free service brought
"Pages, please don't come too near, They may never win an Oscar-but then, show the Atlantic Ocean i II provide. "Plant native Florida trees to you by the Auxiliary of Bradford

"Otherwise, you'll block my face. neither did Abraham Lincoln. yea widening by 6/IOtns of an Inch a shade because!" they produce the best Florida Hospital Inc.







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Social Side I Weddings / -H- Johns-Crews Wedding 1

Receptions Parties cF'-Jqa / i1 I Set For June 7

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of theNews Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alfred Johnsof ,
Announcements Starke proudly announce the upcoming -
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marriage of their daughter,
Church Items a f
Larl Ann Johns, to Mark Allen
Club News I Crews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen B.
4 s Crews of Brooker.
The ceremony is planned for

"fI q Saturday, June, at 7:30 p.m. at the ;
Church.
The coupe plans to make their
home in Brooker.
hJr Local invitations were not sent so
McCulloughSchmidtEngagement we would like to take this opportunity
to invite all relatives and friendsto
AnnouncedMr. I witness the vows between our

daughter, Lari Ann, and Mark

and MI'1>. Charles McCullough ) Crews this Saturday.

x of Keystone Heights, announce the -
engagement of their laughter, Sandy CORRECTIONHaislopSmith
to Todd\ Schmidt son of Dr. and t
WeddingSet
I DD's. John Schmidt of Starke. ,
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Sandy Is a 1975 graduate, of

Keystone: Heights High School and is Mr. Edgar L. Garver and Mrs.
! employed by Western Auto in a f ? / Kay Haislop Carver announce the

Starke. engagement and approaching marriage -
1 Todd is u 1'JtU! graduate of Florida -' of their daughter, Andrea
) Soul kern College and is employed by Mrs. Beulah Lennon Receives Plaque on Retirement... Michele Haislop, to Raymond Edward

K I. Dul'ont. Smith, son of Mr. Sidney
George Bowen, president of the Bradford Kduvution Jenkins president of the Retired Teachers Associa Smith, all of Jacksonville.
I '" The wedding is planned for August Association presents a plaque from the IJEA to Mrs. lion, and Jesse Moore, principal at SSK look part in Andrea is a graduate of Terry
I 22 at (he United Methodist Church in Beuluh Lennon right, at a reception Tuesday afternoon the presentation Parker High School and is employedby
i Todd Schmidt Starke. June 3. honoring her retirement. :Mrs. Ruth Sutherlm isuzu: Inc. Raymond is

I Sandy. McCnlloiiKh/ a graduate of Terry Parker High

, Starling Reunion Gospel Sing Set Beulah Lennon honored at receptionfor37yearsof.teaching School Electric and Company.is employed by Allstate

i June 8 in Macclenny Saturday June 7 The wedding will be June 14 at 6

: The annual reunion of Abraham Church of God Prophecy will host p.m. at Maranutha Baptist Churchin
I and Frances Gritiis Starling will be gospel: sing Saturday June 7, at in BCschoolsMrs. relatives Jacksonville Friends and
\ held June 8, in the Macclenny Ag 213 North Temple Ave. in Starke. are cordially invited
Center on US 90. Featured singers will be the
I Beulah Lennon now the Pleasant Grove section and
Dinner will be at 1:00: p.m. All Part en Family from Winter Garden. kindergarten here in Starke. Brantley-Pratt
j teacher at Southside the former Thurson
Elementary, is Elementary
relatives and friends invited. Singing and services will
are begin at
I 7:30:: p m.Julia's retiring at the end of the 1985-86 School which was just south of "I've enjoyed these years in Bradford Wedding To Be June 14
I i school year, which is Tuesday, June Alligator Creek. She was the first Count I even found my hus- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald of
10, after 37 years in the classroom.Mrs. kindergarten teacher at the former band here, says Mrs. Lennon. Starke announce the Brantley
1 j Florist Lennon has taught RJE High where she also taught of their daughter upcoming, Marsenna marriage
kindergarten at Southside for the ninth grade civics. Mrs. Lennon was honored at a LaVone
to Robert Allen Pratt
224: N. I ample Ave. 964-7711 past 11 years. Her teaching career Mrs. Lennon joins her husband, reception Tuesday afternoon, June of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Pratt, son of
began in her home county of Marion the Rev. Levy Lennon, who retired 3, in the Southside Ele. cafetoriurn Starke.
WE OFLIVFR where she taught two years in three years ago from DuPont. She hosted by the Retired Teachers The will be June 14
ceremony
grades 8-12 at Reddick after plans to work one day a week in the Association and the BradfordTeacher's
beginning at 6 at the Starke
p.m.
graduating from Bethune-Cookman kitchen of the outreach Association.Mrs. .
soup centerIn Church of God 422 N. St. Clair St.
rJ College in 1949. The other 35 years Hastings where husband, Levy is Lennon received a plaque There will be a reception at the
have all been in Bradford County. the pastor of the Mt.Zion AME commemorating her many years of church fellowship hall following the
t9lf Mrs. Lennon taught grades 1-3 at the Church. Mrs. Lennon also plans to teaching and also received many ceremony.All! .
former Water Oak School in what is continue her Girl Scout activities presents. friends and relatives are Invited -

to attend.Snowden .
New Arrivals. Erica Diane Schlosser Maternal grandmother is Mrs.
One Doz. Arranged Peter and Sheila Schlosser of James Dennis of Slarke.
Starke proudly announce the birth of Paternal grandfather is Mr. Bernhard ReunionTo
Whitney Leigh Wilcox a daughter, Erica Diane born May Slal/.er of Starke. Be Held June 14
Mr. and 19 at lluimma Hospital in Orange
ROSES"Congratulations" \Mrs. Dale Wilcox of Fer- All relatives of Ernest Madison
x nandina Beach, announce the/ birthof Park. She joins a sister: Jessica, age Stanley Robert Parrish (Bob) Snowden are invited to a family

a daughter, Whitney Leigh, born :3. Chuck and Brenda Parrish of Lake reunion on June 14.
May 27 in Baptist Medical Center, !Maternal grandparents are Linda Butler The reunion will be held the
$1850I Jacksonville. end Clifford Henderson of North proudly announce the birth of at
. Carolina. a son, Stanley Robert, on March 23 home of Ed & Grace James in Windsor
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and in Gainesville. : between State Road 20 & 26 on
Mrs Herbert Green, Sr. !Maternal Paternal grandparents are Pete
Maternal County Road 234. The reunion startsat
Grandparents are
I and JoAnn Schlosser: ol Starke.Jaini's .
great-grandmother is Mrs. J. II.
Jeanette & NG ( BB) Hayes, 12:00: p.m.Gospel .
Fields all of Starke. Stal.erMr.
and Ryan Alachua. Maternal Great Grand-
: "Class of '86" Helium Balloons Also Available Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs\ Bernhard SlaUer of parent is Lanie Stanley Dowling
and Mrs. Robert Lewter of Winter
Ocala announce the birth of a son, Park. Sing
I Garden. Paternal I great- James Ryan, on May 13. Paternal Grandparents are Dan & June 7There
I I I Congratulations Class of 1986 grandmother is Mrs. Dorothy Ryan joins: a brother, Evan and a Alice Parrish, Lake Butler. Paternal
Benscoter of Orlando. sister, Al>:son.Mrs. Great Grandparents are Hayward & will be a sing at The Starke
SI
  • I' I is (he former Martha Loca McLeod. Church of God, Saturday June 7, at

    'f; ." r: I'' 'a.. I I'nnl:! i-ol Stnrk; -? __ .?._ 7:00:The p.m.featured group will be "The

    Final Chapter" from Lady Lake,
    Florida Believing that in the
    we are
    Small World Day Care last days is the message the goup
    tries to express in their singing. The
    I it ti 412 Bridges St. 964-5232 Church extends a warm welcome to
    the community to share in this

    \__ ; Now Accepting Applicationsfor special service with us.
    The Church is located at 442 N. St.
    : Clair St., Starke.

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    Summer Enrollment
    FMHA To HoldCommittee

    : ALL AGES LIMITED ENROLLMENT Nominations
    t- +
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    Alachua/Bradford countyies( ) are
    / COOK-OUTS *$;i ... invited to become nominees for the
    / Farmers Home Administration
    ;I,4' = FUN WATER DAYS /, (FmHA) County Committee, FmHA

    "", County Supervisor, Robert L.

    111 Ladies E egance 1 I.K IIx. "" 1'<.".1..1 Enl.ecr ,,, LnJier Suliiane Your Choice 'q *i.i>' -::%{' Burgers, announced today.
    } ., $ ;::' r 00 As a result of the 1985 Farm Bill,
    f a : $5 two of the three members of FmHA

    89 ; li/t. \ 7( : r.; Off First Week The County third Committees member is must designated be elected.by

    .-rr INK / 'w NA : I I.K :l49; 9900 of Enrollment FmHA. The County Committee
    .
    "'''T if' 00 :.0 assists the FmHA Office in
    County
    .
    :,9.!, '11195a0 4 '4500 \k 199 '1,4, 0 .; ? WITH THIS COUPON determining the eligibility of ap-

    n' plicants for certain types of FmHA
    '''';900'-/ YIIIrLII1kY' 1Lur ClLt l aJl..yl'aakion j :" Licensed by H.R.S. (No. 030165)) In accordance loans.

    .., ', .. 1.Y '129 L: t1 199 "169. !s9 with Section 402.318 F.S. Generally, farmers who are
    I. '.' & residents of the county or area served
    r HaBBBBBHHBHBBBHHBBiB by the local county office, but not
    ...., .......n sl'2 M11290I + FmHA borrowers: : are eligible to
    'i. =::' r 1, ,IXIIInXI'r, become nominees for the FmHA
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    'J9"00 71""IClu. committee.
    b' Beautiful county
    M.IN I InvitationsWe
    vur F n ,non? "J i 71Let 11,11 179 "Farmers serving on the committee

    .. Neo play an important role by
    KgCI Y""rCh..kc 4anl .. .
    Ir' ulrn-d Enlmnw Y u r Duo assisting in the process of loan ap-
    '29900 '129 :Zd'w 12900., 'K S..litairv.. ..14.111Na'wr plications and reviews," said county
    / .n
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    supervisor Robert L. Borgers.
    12900
    ..., For this first election only, two
    n Iw ,< .,,I .... IIK r be
    I I 1.14 d 1..0. I\' members will elected at the same
    m ,, i !12940 ., '16940 '14900 ",
    ? lime One member will be electedfor
    299" '
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    a term of one year, and one
    "n"" W IK I'e6te F..hi" member will be elected for a two
    -nett: h'' ... 'IK Gentlemen Fashions :1:: LaJie1 Fancu', year term. In the future all terms of
    I... 6 "" db ; service will be for three years eachon
    "6900 J "49900 ONYX'" -ucrne a staggered basis.
    NK / e.-a ltwl Nrf 'I"W' 9' 6 i Xr'' INmAL AND ,. '
    "'...,. @ DtAMOND 29900 Nominating petitions must be
    Lew Ir returned to the local FmHA
    .. County
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    OWIONMcKKM4w / Office by June 12, 1986.
    M1-rJIM-n-a- Nr I L. ., II..J arXn REF lee /- -"99"-" .1olo//IQ ,,- jp/ r) Additional information and ap-

    "1.6900 ... _... Nalrr-M z: )\1\, \ plication forms for those who are interested -

    ..J..... ) -1'f'eDi."u"J in becoming nominees for
    "K -. the Committee available
    County are
    Cluvtvra Yaur Cknkv Chui.u .. ,. -<' at the FmHA County Office or by I
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    IOCT.TW 19900 Q 299" 'I .ih '14900 ;4! calling ((904) 376-5858.
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    at oo ,.... .. Hold Weaving ClassLe
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    r "6900 ql', o.L'
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    1i -. '19900 .( -r q'q Senior Center, Georgia St., to
    ... 16<" ".I.K-, ... ..r I,. ; .hcr1fc: ..o,. demonstrate the art of weaving on
    ', Wednesday, June 18 at 10:00: a.m.
    4 Porn Diamoiiu EdrringtjwJ lnjant Rlnxlilite Garnet I.K Ynurl'k..kro A"ni..y .- \ rI.Xlna. Come, learn a new "craft" or rejuvenate
    Kings rr. ouK an old one. For more information
    .. Your Choice, IXw-1 .K -
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    @ the honour of at store toassist
    .. .. '59- .-. -V: '4999 request your p presence! our
    ,. .., ... -99" '129" ''K you in selecting your wedding invitations Our District I President I
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    Meeting June 10

    DIRECT DIAMOND DISTRIBUTORS 4' grfrSH: Mr. Claude Sams, President of
    District I, will be a guest Tuesday

    "..." "" June 10 at 12:00: noon for the generalnonthly {
    BUY NOW FOR CHASTAIN'S JEWELRY & GIFTS "CASH.BANK$ ygAWD:, LAYAWAY ifiradford Squirt Shopping Canter meeting of the Bradford-

    ALL FUTURE GIFT 9:30 3:30 M-F 9:30.2 Sat. OPEN Man.-Sat. Union Board of Realtors. Cecelia
    104 W. Call St. 964.7271.Open : : : 964-5051 :
    OCCASIONS Terwillegar, President, urged all
    Hurry Sate Ends June 1", 1988 iIIiii.J 9:30-5:30: Realtors and Associates to attend

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    celebrates groundbreaking

    The Madison Shawl Baptist| flan, Sunday Ndiool Dtifdor, Dan 8y Dolores M4'n"
    'lulltil ffU'bialwl, on May 4, I'MMl/ in Sinilh, 1.lullllllali ol 'lh! demons: : ,. "huni*. 1AH-IOI5
    I he "niomxl breaking 'iomimy" IXMloil Morgan III, sliding committee Auxiliary President..
    lor .1 new I'icsclioiil iiixl Clnldn'ii'sI'Muviilionnl : h.inm.iri, M.//14. Lawson, (hit Congratulations to Wilmajean in Miami. She and her daughters,
    BIIIIIIIIITho\ ihuiill's oldest' member piesenl" Terry who was Installed J President of Laurel, Holly and Kerria, will be
    irmimny carne ullcr I the tliiiidi/ and Itmi Denrn.iik, ho assistant the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary moving there this weekend. They
    y oinmiltee chairman. Monday night, June 21. Installationtook will be missed in this area and we all
    "\ successfully loud in .1 major fundraising sleeting/ : :
    ( <'.tm|>,iiiit set'm'ing\ torn- These won joined by over lri! (> place at the Starke Woman's wish them well.Hampton .
    imlmrnls loi over $142,000( ) In'ni bins Thi Madison Mice! Ito|>llsl In addition, Dan el Murray Hospital volunteers. Tim Rearick, Momentary; School
    Church: came till Ii existence on I lie Dm'(.lot' ol Missions for I hit Hospital Administrator, served as Awards Assembly..
    1"\u'uUI'y\ :.1 i, Wf.7 in tilt I Sl.uko New Hi VIM' U.ilisl| Association, al- installing officer. Mrs. Marjorie Thursday night, June 5, special
    ty 1 Klctucnl.11 Calt'hll'iulII, The<'/liui'th 1t'1U11.IIIII, ceremony as an honored Thomson, outgoing President, awards for achievment and atten-
    r luis grown\ rant UK 114 cli.ulcicdincinlx'is Kuesl'I ', presented the gavel to Mrs. Terry. dance will be presented beginning at
    to a mi i ml 1III'IIIhl'I'hhil' 'lie Madison Sheet! Baptist' Wilmajean has worked steadily in 7:30: at the school.
    I I r t''CI'I'clilll670\ inrmlx'ts. 'I'lie! nowI'u'siliool Church would like In invite all those volunteer work at the hospital since Friday is the last day of school and
    mid Inlilicii's' .. building in tilt! community without a church moving to this area from Columbus, we wish all a happy and safe vaca

    will lio (the fouilli building( built fir homi to attend in the regular/ worships Ohio about three years ago. She was tion.
    .. id n ..runm.... wmmiOlluiis ...... '' ll\c Thu of the instrumental in initiating the Patient
    i it"'-"' +i.1"i. ninftn mm ol niccliiiK( spiritual si i vices. I'urpllso) !
    ol tin- <'Inn'ill breaking l ni'iiiiid air ( I I.-IO .\u and
    Kolinl Joining in I he were County area I he! /good news ol Jesus encouraging members to work in the Jolene Klrbin of Miami are
    Smith, i-.iloii( yl"rgnn: ; III. :\1.1. I auson, Hull l)" iiiu.uk Speaker ceremony
    this week with
    Ouisl; office and assist with linen sorting. spending the Joe Rid-
    ( l.illf.Class. Itolx-il C. idlis; Iw'm'| Andy .lor-
    I Among those attending the Dinner dick family,
    from this area were James (Red) Mr and Mrs. Randy Scoggms en-

    Terry, Wilmajean's husband, Patti joyed the weekend sight seeing,
    ReunionsClass Regina Rasnick, Daniel Shill Connelly, Wilma Clark, Ruth Meng, shopping and relaxing in St.

    Louise Mattheus, Mabel Nesmith, Augustine,
    Arkansas Fran and Dolores Meng. Mrs. Louise Mattheus returned
    wed 8 in
    of'71Planning May ceremony Attend Reunion... home Saturday with her daughterand

    Reunion Mr and Mrs. Medford Connelly at- son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
    Meuibt'i Regina Itcnee It.isiiuk daughter WMll 1"'iII'IS
    I tesponseisiinpoil.uit lo She had
    cus Lamer to
    tended of West
    the Fiftieth
    Members\ ol the class of 1971) are this meeting...ple.ise hy lo allend ol Charles and It.ulMiu li.isnick ol 'Ihe bride carried a bouquet ol his High School Graduation Anniversary Class on Palm Beach on May 7 gone by Amtrak to
    SI ike and Daniel "cll'I'w Shill, Mill white tosis cascading with baby'slocal
    asked lo attend an organizational a I May 24 in Varnville, S,C, They en- visit her new great granddaughter,
    Sunday June 8, at Class of 1966 nl Mr and Mis U.W, Shill, Ji,, ol' h and purple accents TheIlI'idl"s Amber
    meeting joyed the banquet and social hour Diane Wilson! and other
    Oiangvuuod Community Room, Reunion To Be June 21 Mcuiphis'I'0nn., were niai i led May houuols| and bridesmaid'sIluwers andlater visited at the home of Col. family members,
    Clovcidalc Church ol Christ in were all designed by the
    3 in 4, at 500; 8 in
    Apt. p.m Wilson P. Tuten, a former Hampton Elementary School
    The class ot lihb\ will he Arkansas. oom,
    All iitloiobled members are urged holding Souiey, gi classmate. :Memorial ..
    I lieu Z0 h class Kenneth Ji. I lie cou Maid!\ ol honor Golson ol Day.
    this to discuss ( year leunionoii' June Dr Davis, was Joy
    to attend meeting :New'; Position... Monday will be a free day for all at
    Several. members ol this ollicialed at Bridesmaids
    class I'l'uniun 21. class ple's chorus dueutoi, KeyslontHeights.\ !
    plans lot an upcoming school in observance of Memorial
    Mrs Sanford has
    h"Vl'lIol received invilalionsloi' this the ceieinony Music lot the wedding weie Muiice Miller, Sharon Logan, Patty accepted? a
    Class of 1981 event because ol ill ull ici'lIt addresses was presented by I he !larding Kai la Bales and Susie Gumbs. position with the Parole Commission Day.

    ReunionAll University A Capolla Chorus and included Best man was Steve Jones ol West
    Planning II 'you were a member ol (this class solos by I lie In'ids mal groom Fork, Ai kansas Ushers! were Chris Bradford-Union Retired Teachers Hold Meeting I
    members ot the class ol 1981 ol and ere iiileiestod in attending this near the beginning ol the ctlemony. Boulcher, Mike Sweitzer, Stan Beck,
    Bradford\ High School ate urged. to i reunion Uil have not leceivedan m- The biido's wedding dressoriginally and Ralph Richardson. Bradford-Union Retired Teachers -
    attend an organization meeting! at vital ion, ph'aM'I.tllI %! 4-bb44andask ( worn by her mother and Following the ceremony, a lecep- held the last meeting of the !seasonon Douglas:Mrs :Millie and Muriel Harden Norman:; / .
    the home ol Tammy Bjldiee 1 fur Mrs! McCailhy great Hunt\) was walt/-lenglh, accented lion was! held at 'the church. May 15 at the Bradford Family chairman membership
    inkier, 4": 5 Pratt Sheet Thursday Any 1 replies must t be t leceived by with lace and tulle and had a Mat gal'l'l Bell presided al the Restaurant.Mrs. presented the programon
    night June 5, at 8 p.m, to begin June 13 in order to attend the leu- sweetheart neiklme The brides bi trie's book Mamie Jo Douglas gave the ways to increase She interest in the
    preparation, for a class leunion won veil lace veil was ti mined i with a The couple will reside in Searcy, devotional on "For all things there is oiganuation there pointed out that
    are retired teachers who
    wreath or organdy( loses accented Ark a time" based on scripture taken should be many
    encouraged to become
    I from Ecclesiastes 3. She stressedthe members.
    Social News Briefs-
    importance of speaking kind
    "Happy Birthday" was to
    Items of InterestSonatina words, expressing love and concern. honor those who recently celebrated sung
    Registration UnderwayFor Reports were given on the DistrictIV a birthday,
    Mr.&Mrs. Marcus Norman held in
    Leadership Workshop
    SFCCSummer Celebrate 25 YearsThe Music Club then I line pei 101'mance at the Suwannee Ocala on April 29, The following ducted The by business President session Ruth Jenkins.was con-
    B Term District Jr. Festival. They were members attended: Ruth Jenkins,
    childien ol Marcus and Joy Presents Piano RecitalThe Lunch in the private dining room
    Ginger Adams Jeanette Fairfield
    Registration for Summer B term Mona Canova, Leona Royal,
    Norman i request! your presence at Ten ri Kennan, James Smith, Holly AI"mPR"p! Chandler Mamie Jo was enjoyed at noon.
    Starke is daily
    classes in underway Sonutina Music Club, Nell .
    (he renewal ol then patents' wedding -
    Stalluid, and Matt StaltordJeaneite ,
    from 8:00: a.m, to 4:00: p,m. at the Mann, Counselor presented
    vows on the anniversary 01'thl'lI' Terri and James received Vacation Bible School Set For June 9.13
    Santa Fe Community College Starke 25 together, students in a piano i recital May 25 at
    years CethlicaU's of Award for
    superiors I
    Center. A special evening registration The celebration will) be June 7 alNoilhside Dedan Baptist Church eained Ginger and Terri received At Greater Bethlehem BaptistAn
    will be held Thursday evening, Students participating were
    Baptist Chinch, Highway then I lust t Gold Ten! willleceive
    Cup.
    June 12, from 6:00: to 7:00: p.m, West at 700 The Ashley Nipper, Shondee Lewis,
    16 t. starting ; in
    The Summer term begins June 23 p Kesiah Manning, Dyana Crawford, a gold-lelteied certificate at exciting program has been these: Bible- study, song time,
    and ends August 6. eventvill/ hosted by bhein Norman Jennifer Durham, Matt Stafford a later date because she has earned prepared by Greater BethlehemFree classroom interaction, craft making I
    Credit classes offered in Starke Melissa Ljons and DIIII'/ll' Amy Crews, Amy Hallmark,, (three !superiors successively. Will Baptist Church for Vacation and many other innovative
    this term include Intermediate Not i man. Sellers Chosen as the most progressive Bible School to be held June 9 methods in keeping with the theme,
    Stephanie Pam
    Algebra, World History, Principlesof FitetiK and relatives are Cordially Jeanette Fairtil'ld, Stafford Bryant, !student ol the year was Jeanette 13, JESUS, I LOVE YOU is the JESUS, I LOVE YOU.
    Math Intro to Geography, Col- Invited/ to alUnd James Smith, Ginger Holly Adams, Terry, Fairf held, theme for the school, to be held each Bring the family, friends, and
    lege Composition, Computer Math, Kennan and special assistants Julie Each student was given a piece of weekday from 6 tit 8 p,m. neighbors. There is help (and fun)
    Marriage and the Family, First Aid, Robinson and Jay Mann !sheet music and encouraged to work Classes will be offered for all ages and spiritual growth for all at Vaca-
    of hard on their music during the summer from Nursery (ages 2-3) through college tion Bible School!
    and Principles Management.For Awards fur attendance to
    "The brighter you are,the more you peilecl months. age and adult There is no and
    more information, please call lessons were presented to JeanetteFairfield
    the Santa Fe Starke Center at have to learn Don Harold and James Smith Alter the program cshments A back-to-basics approach to refreshments will be serve.
    wet served. Christian living )is offered in VBS.
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    The Paladino had a batting 3-6 ugainst L). W. liuiaun, u-.. u alllst Kelley had nine homeruns Ken I
    Softball tournament May 24 and 25, Garden and 3-3 against average ol .640. went :.1-6 against L. of g
    average .619 went 3-5 against L. The Garden and 4-4 against Carton! had six homeruns, Bubba
    Jimmy Summersill led the Green Temple.
    Evangalist
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    Hospital, 3-4
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    homeruns Chub
    Machine with a batting average of Honnio Onwlord had a balling The (iai' 3-4
    .905, went 5-5 against L. B. Hospital, average ot .773, went 4-6 agaitiM L. ; 1 TempleKeith The Garden and 2-4 against Johnson and Terry Stratton had four
    4-4 against Kwikprint, 3-5 against D. B. Hospital, 3-4 against Kwikpiint J Kelley had 1 .1 balling l'vangalist; Temple against Higgs had a batting average of homeruns Ed Higgs had. three
    W. Hutson, 4-4 against The Garden, 4-5 against D. W. Hutson, 2-3 against average ol .li2:.. went! 2.(li against L. .500, went 2-4 against L. B. Hospital homeruns and Keith Kelley had one
    and 3-3 against Evangalist Temple. The Garden and 4-4 against B. Hospital!, D-5 ti)4.imst i';) Kwikprint, Chub Johnson had 0-0 against Kwikprint, 2-5 against D. homerun.
    Kevin Kelley had a batting Evangalist Temple.Ken 1.5 against I D.0 Unison.: ,t against>t average of .611, went 1-1 a baiting W. Hutson, 1-3 against The Garden
    against L.
    average of .850, went 5-5 against L. Carlton had batting averageof ( I'he Garden and 1-4 I against B. Hospital 1-4 against and 2-2 against Evangalist Temple.
    B. Hospital, 4-4 against Kwikprint, .739, went 3-5 against L. B. F.vanualist.Temple! 3-6 against D. W. Hutson, Kwikprint 4-4 The team averages were: against I
    3-5 against D. W. Hutson, 2-3 against Hospital, 4-5 against Kwikprinl, 4-5 Bill Gontlge hud! a halt tog average The Garden and 2.3 against against L. B. Hospital, 24-14; against I
    The Garden and 3-3 against against D. W. Hutson, 3-4 against ol 619, wont 3-4 against\ L. B. bvnngalist Temple. Dennis Crawford won the Home Kwikprint, 22-7; against D. W. Hut- I
    Evangalist Temple. The Garden and 3-4 against! Hospital, 2 44 against t 1 Kwikprint 4 6 Run Trophy, having had 11 son, 24-17; against The Garden 19-4;
    Kevin 'Kelley had a batting Evan alist Temple. HHiilnsI I n. W Ilnspit II. 2-4 against Bubba Bozeman had a batting homeruns homeruns; and Bill Goodge had 10 The against Evangalist Temple, 238. i
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    average .571, went 2-4 L.
    B. Hospital, 4-4 against Kwikprint, B. Hospital, 2-5 against Kwikprint, 1villlll.ulii: >1 Temple. 1< 1 Hnc.ri.lil 1. nciinst Kwiknrint.against Player hnmoruns; Jimmy Tnm PqlnHipn Summersill And had Kevin 10 .68'10/-230: and a batting average of


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    A 14-1 record puts the Mets in first
    place in the Dixie Major Baseball
    League sponsored by the Starke
    Recreation Department.
    Standings: Braves 10-3; Dodgers
    6-8; Expos 1-10; Bulldogs 8-3, and
    Astros, 56.

    Mets 1, Braves 0

    Chris Snow pitched a twohitterand
    won his own game 1-0 over the
    Braves in Tuesday, May 27 play in The
    Dixie Major baseball, and extended most: distinguished award
    the Mets league-leading record to

    10.B.B. Prevatt pitched a onehitterfor for excellence
    the Braves in a losing cause.
    The Mets' Chris Snow hit a among
    bouncer right at the Brave short-
    stop, and the ball took a high bounce, America's
    going completely over the energy companieshas
    shortstop's head and rolling into left
    center field. Snow made 'it all the
    way to third base on the hit, and then
    scored the winning run on a passedball
    by the Brave's catcher.
    Both teams had men on base
    several limes but tight pitching by
    the young hurlers, Snow and
    Prevatt, kept the game scoreless un-
    til the top of the sixth. Prevatt hit a
    grounder up the middle for one
    Brave hit. Green, the first Brave
    batter, had the other Brave hit.

    Braves 13, Dodgers 6

    Beating the Dodgers 13-6 May 22,
    Braves' Green, Strickland and
    Burkhalter had two hits, Cubbedge,
    Rix, Fischer, Waldron and Martin
    had one hit.Dodgers'. f
    Crawford and Moody
    had one hit.Bulldogs.

    4, Dodgers 23 been presented to Florida Power &0 Light Company
    in recognition of its quality achievements.
    Beating the Bulldogs 23-4 May 27,
    On behalf of
    our customers, employees and
    Dodgers Crawford, McKinney,
    McLeod and Carlton had four hits, stockholders, we take pride in accepting the Edison
    McElroy, Douglas and Moody had Award from The Edison Electric Institute.
    two hits. .
    Bulldogs' Smith had two hits, Par-
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    Braves 4, Astros 1

    Winning by three runs May 29
    against the Astros, Braves' Green
    and Strickland had two hits Cub-
    bedge, Prevatt, Fisher, Burkhalter
    and Gaskins had one hit.
    Astros' Norman had one hit.

    Mets 9, Dodgers 8 t
    Winning by one run June 3 against
    the Dodgers, Mets' Rodriguez had c t
    three hits Snow had two hits, Crews,
    Jones and Welty had one hit
    Dodgers' Crawford and McKinneyhad T
    two hits, McLeod, Douglas and
    Cooper had one hit. I


    In Dixie Minor League Baseball, }
    sponsored by the Starke Recreation i t i. 41
    Department, the Bulldogs are
    leading the league with an 8-3
    record. ,
    Other standings: Rangers, 7-2; In- I I
    dians, 4-6; Phillies, 5-4; and the
    Suns l7.Indians.

    6, Phillies 1 .

    Winning by five runs May 23
    against the Phillies, Indians' Waters
    had two hits Brown, Lewis, Blye i
    and Wolf had one hit. l

    Bulldogs 17, Indians 7

    Beating the Indians 17-7 May 21,

    three Bulldogs'hits Hodge Andrews and, Jones Ross and had i I Ij II

    Thompson had two hits, Prescott, E. Ii I
    Mason, R. Mason, Dodd and Hodge
    had one hit.Indians' i
    Waters, Lewis, Hall, fy I
    Blye, Joyner, Weder and Wolf had
    one hit.Indians. !

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    Beating the Suns 24-8 May 29, In- j
    dians' Waters, Brown, Bassett and I
    Jordan had three hits, Lewis Hal, II I
    Weder, Testone and Ward had two
    hits, and Blye had one.
    Suns' Ames, McNeal, Kilby, \
    Creamer, Kilby, Redding, Lot and
    Strong had one hit I I. ,

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    members attended the 1986 banquetof pell, Mrs. Kim Grilfis, Ms. Sandi
    the Bradford High junior and Hall Charles McKinney J.W
    senior Future Farmers of America Thomas, Harvey Smith, and Charles
    Chapters at the Starke Elementary Thomas.
    cafeteria last Thursday night, May 1 +
    Proficiency Awards... :

    29.Kyle Harrison past-president of Some 17 proficiency awards,
    the Junior Chapter and master-of- showing accomplishments in certain Vt
    ceremonies for the annual highlightof areas of agriculture, were presentedby
    the FFA year received the Ag Advisor Mary Konnke and
    DeKalb Award the highest award went to:
    given in the FFA hierarchy, spon- Irving Meres home and farm-
    sored locally by the Community stead improvement.Loren .
    State Bank. Boone, beef production.Scott ij i
    Doug Ashley and John Green were Douglas dairy production.
    recipients of the Star Chapter Angie Schlosser and Bobby
    Farmer awards, sponsored by the Adams, livestock production.
    Florida National Bank at Starke. Mitch Holsenbeck nursery profi-

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    & John Green poultry production.
    Hal Davis, forestry management.Andy .
    Underhill, agriculture sales
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    Doug Ashley, landscape manage- Proficiency Awards... bobby Adams Loren Boone, Angie Schlosser. John Greene and Chad
    ment. Tina Harris, Chet Norman, Irving :Meres, Hal Davis,-Scolt Douglas Thornton won proficiency awards for their year-long ag. projects.
    Tina Harris, outdoor recreation.
    Stacy Parrish agriculture

    mechanics. Most Improved... 4t
    Andrews, Junior Chapter
    Jeanna A new award went to the most improved -
    secretary extemporaneous public FFA member over the past
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    speaking.Chad Thornton prepared public year. Tina Harris award received the first y IN LOVING MEMORY
    most improved presented by
    "4. speaking.Chet first-year advisor Jeff Thompson. Ruby Louise Parmenter
    production.
    k r Norman, crop and "....he's all right. But when he s
    Chris Douglas, fruit vegetable first came nobody fell head over April 21 1927 to May 3, 1984A
    production. heels in love with him. He's a

    New Senior Banner... I--- _..--- f I"I million times we've needed you, '
    Junior Chapter Vice-President "" A million times we've cried.
    Rhonda Alvarez told the crowd the I If love alone could have saved you.
    Junior Chapter has a banner and r r You never would have died!!
    wanted to present one to the Senior "'
    Chapter. f If all the world was ours to give,

    "...some things have fallen into F t / We'd gladly let it go,
    Leadership... place. I now know where two cows Just for another chance to tell you
    went," noted Advisor Alvarez as the How much we love so.
    you
    Harrison, son of Mr. and
    Kyle
    large blue and gold banner was pinn- "!..
    Mrs. Charles McKinney won the ed to the SE stage curtain to match ...... You left us many loving memories
    DeKalb Leadership award for 1H6!) Iw
    the Junior Chapter banner. That we hold precious and so dear,
    and Master or Ceremonies at '
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    the Banquet. But they'll never take the place.
    Of you being here.

    Senior Chapter Angie Schlosserwas ..... God smiled on us when He chose you for our mother,
    named the outstanding female For we could search the whole world over
    FFA member of 1986 and Chet Nor- : rl And never find another

    man was named the outstandingmale awardsare N" ax lIe's called you home to be with Him.
    FFA student. These 'aq
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    Family and were presented by Vicki saddens us to see you go,
    Thomas a past FFA Chapter presi- P ; But we'll see you again someday.A .
    dent. P
    Public speaking award recipientswent loving heart stopped beating,
    to Chad Thornton and Jeanna .- Two beautiful eyes closed to rest,

    Andrews and were presented by Star Farmer... God broke our hearts,
    County Commissioner E.W. Hodges. To prove to us,
    Thornton competed in prepared v Senior John Grt'pnon the Star Outstanding... He only takes the best.
    speeches and Andrews in extem- Chapter Farmer award for 1986.
    poraneous speaking in which a stu- The other winner, Doug Ashley wasabsent. Outstanding First Year Student We love you Mama.
    Vernon Ruth &
    Award (Alvarez Iardent to Janet DannyOur
    dent is given a topic, five minutes to .
    :Marcia Brown, a BUS ninthgrader.for
    study it, and then give a speech s -.. ."'-- .
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    Yankee," noted M-C Harrison. "But
    Douglas, son of Pete the state fair in Tampa.
    Douglas was named the Star over the past year he's lost his accent -
    Greennand an award sponsored by \ ," noted Harrison. Hutchins Welcomed...

    GoldKist and presented by John The crowd gave a big hand to
    Smith. $25 awards, sponsored by Advisor
    received the Thompson, went to Ronnie Jordan retired ag advisor Paul Hutchins
    Marcia Brown
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    the 1\ and Kevin Lindsay, for working with who introduced guests in
    Alvarez Award, sponsored by D
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    The FFA chapters presented helped plan a forestry managementplan
    distinguished service awards to for the F.tree farm and bus driver Mary Mayben and Gor- hope you will be challenged by
    commercial vehicle truck driving In- received an award from the don Mosier for helping with the FFA this banquet," Hutchins told the
    structors Jeff Schafer and Oscar organization for his serf Ice program. Mr and Mrs. Don greenhands. "Set some goals and
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    UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
    Recreation MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
    Dept. Standings ) JACKSONVILLE DIVISION

    CASE NO. 86-67-Clv.J-U
    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

    Cubbettes in first place. Crawford and Honsberger had one Beating Waldo 15-4 Mav 29, Cub Dyson had one hit. Plaintiff,
    Cubbettes lead In the women's bettes' Butler Williams King"Bright : Kitties, Williams, Bryant and Cov- vs.GWEN
    hit.F ington had one hit. GLENN f/k/a GWEN E.
    league Other with a 12-0 record. and D 13. KSI 11 Diggs and Jenkins head two Starettes 12, F and D 9 F and D's L.Crawford, and M. GRIFFIS, MELTON J. GRIFFIS.

    Dealers standings: Farmers and hits, Mack, Brown and Desue had Beating Farmers and Dealers 12.9 Scaff had two hits, Ellis, D. Scaff et. al.,
    and 7.4, Waldo 6-7, Starettes 3.10 Beating KSI 13-11 May 28, F and one hit.Waldo's. June 2, Starettes' Butler had four Pace, Polhill and J. Crawford hadone Defendants

    KSI 310. D's Brady had four hits, Bennett and Sapp, Smith, Eudaily and hits, Green and Woods had two hits, hit.UTILITIES. ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATIONThis
    had
    Bishop two hits, Crawford
    F and D 7 Waldo Scaff Polhll Ellis and UnderwOOdhad cause came to be heard upon the
    5 verified motion of Plaintiff for an Orderof
    Beating Waldo 7-5 May 22, F and one Legal Notices Service by Publication and It appearing -
    D's Underwood had two hits, that this action has been brought (for

    Bradley Crawford, Pace, Scaff and KSI's Evans, Evans and Homer IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COMMISSION; AND THE SEBR the enforcement of a lien against real
    Bishop had one hit, had two hits, Myers, Hodges and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ING UTILITIES COMMISSION. AND THE property situated In Bradford County
    Waldo's Sapp, Cooper, Smith, Honsberger had one hit. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR FLORIDA, IN AND FOR LEON COUNTY TAXPAYERS PROPERTY OWNERS. AND within the Middle District of Florida and
    Richards a.nd Seay had one hit. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 86-1694 CITIZENS OF THE CITY OF SEBRING, described as follows:
    KSI 1, Cubbettes 11 Civil DepartmentCASE FLORIDA MUNICIPAL POWER AGENCY FLORIDA, INCLUDING NON-RESIDENTS Lot 2, Parkwood Subdivision, as per ,

    Starettes 15, KSI 5 Winning by 10 runs May 27 against NO. 86-204-CA a separate legal entity OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 3.
    'Winning by 10 KSI, Cubbettes' Butler, Williams IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF: organized and existing under TAXATION THEREIN, AND THE HOLDERSOF Page 5, public records of Bradford Coun-
    runs May 22 against .
    WILLIAM R. McKINNEY and by virtue of the Laws of ANY OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGA ty, Florida,
    and
    KM Hankerson had two hits Desue
    Starettes' Jackson had three ,
    Huiband, the and It further appearing that Defendant
    State of Florida TIONS PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY SAID
    hits, Pittman, Butler and Bassett Mack King, Lindsey and Williamshad and Plaintiff, UTILITIES COMMISSION THE FOREGO Melton J. Grilfis cannot be served within

    had two hits, Marshall, Bryant, one hit. CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY ING BOARDS, COMMISSIONS; AND the Stat. of Florida, that It Is not practicable .
    Thornton, Woods and Arron had one KSI's Strickland had one hit. Wlf.. v.STATE OF FLORIDA, and the AUTHORITIES BEING PUBLIC BODIES to serve him personally; and he

    hit. NOTICE OF SUIT taxpayers, property owners and CORPORATE AND POLITIC ORGANIZEDAND has not voluntarily appeared herein it is
    KSI's Evans Strickland, Stanford, Cubbettes 15. Waldo 4 TO: citizens, Including non-residents owning EXISTING UNDER AND BY VIRTUEQF therf are

    CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY property or subject to taxation therein THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF ORDERED as follows:
    RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU of Leon County, Florida; and the Cities of FLORIDA: AND ALL OTHERS HAVING OR I. Defendant Melton J. Griffis shall appear -
    I Rangers; Lead Dixie League: ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Alachua, Florida; Bartow Florida; CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST In this cause and plead to the com
    '-' for Dissolution of Marriage hot Blountstown Florida; Bushnell. Florida; IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED BY plaint filed herein on or before June 16,
    b..n filed against you and you are r.- Clewlston Florida; Fort Meode, Florida; THE ADOPTION OF CERTAIN RESOLUTIONS 1986 or In default thereof the Court
    Rangers take first place.In Bulls 4, Rangers 8 aulrcd to serve a copy of your written Gainesville, Florida; Green Cove Springs OR ORDINANCES BY FLORIDA .hall proceed to judgment in this causeto

    first place in the Dixie League Beating the Bulls 8.4 May 29, defenses to It, If any, on the Plaintiff Florida; Havana, Florida; MUNICIPAL POWER AGENCY AND THE the extent provided for by Section
    Boys, sponsored by the Starke Rangers' Francis had three hits attorney, whose name and address Is: Homestead Florida; Jacksonville Beach FOREGOING CITIES, COMMISSIONS, 1655, Title 28, United States Code as if
    Recreation Department, are the Wiggins and Alday had two, andBowen WM. A. BESSENT, III, ESQUIRE Florida; Lake Worth, Florida; Leesburg BOARDS OR AUTHORITIES; THE EXECU sold Defendant had been served with
    Rangers with a 11.2 record. had one. BESSENT S MOODY Florida; Moore Haven, Florida; Mount TION OF CONTRACTS AND process within the State of Florida.
    Other stangings: Bandits 8-5, Bulls' Hunter, Johnson, McNeal 403 West Georgia Street P.O. Box 1056 Dora, Florida; Newberry, Florida; Ocala, AGREEMENTS BY AND BETWEEN SAID 2 This order be published in a
    Orioles 7-3, Mavericks 5-6, Bulls 6.4 and Davis had one hit. Starke, Florida 32091 Florida; S{. Cloud Florida;; Starke, AGENCY AND THE FOREGOING CITIES newspaper of general circulation in
    and the Bulldogs 04. (904)964-7262 Florida; Tallahassee, Florida; Vero COMMISSIONS. BOARDS OR Bradford County Florida: not less rhon
    and file the original with the cl.rk of the Beach, Florida; Wauchula Florida; AUTHORITIES; OR THE ISSUANCE BY once each week for six consecutive

    Rangers 9, Mavericks 5 Bulldogs 5, Mavericks 8 abav.-styl.d court on or before July 8, Wllliston Florida; the foregoing being SAID AGENCY OF REVENUE BONDS; ALL weeks prior to the return dote herein
    1986; otherwise, a (ludgm.nt may be municipal corporations organized and AS HEREINAFTER MORE PARTICULARLY above designated.DONE .
    Beating the Mavericks 9.5 May 22, Winning by three runs, June 3 entered against you for the relief existing under and by virtue of the laws DESCRIBED; OR TO BE AFFECTED BY ANY AND ORDERED at Jacksonville
    Rangers' Jenkins had three hits, against the Bulldogs, Mavericks' demanded In the Complaint or Petition. of the State of Florida, and the Taxpayers OF THE FOREGOING: Florida this 25th day of April 1986.
    Francis, Wiggins and Hersey had Whitehead nad Noegel had two hits, WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Property Owners and Citizens You and each of you are hereby required UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE
    two hits. Gnann, Hatton, Powers and Dowdy Court on 23 May, A.D. 1 1986. Including non-residents owning propertyor to appear on the 11 th day of July 5.8 Etch 6,12
    Mavericks' Whitehead, Powers, had one hit.Bulldogs'. GILBERT BROWN subject to taxation within any of the 1986, at 1:30: o'clock p.m., before the
    Dowdy, Balkcom and Siegmund had Crawford had three hits, As Clerk of Said Court foregoing sold Cities; and the holders of Circuit Court of Leon County, Florida, at Bid Notice
    one hit. Silcox and Thornton had one hit. By Beulah Moody any outstanding debt obligations the Courthouse In Tallahassee, Florida City of Starke, Florida is now accepting
    Deputy Clerk previously issued by any of said Cities and show cause why the prayers of the bids for a private access branch exchange .
    Mavericks 7, Bandits 9 BESSENT 8 MOODY payable from the revenues of such Complaint filed In the above-entitled telecommunication system A
    Rangers 10, Bandits 5 WM.A. BESSENT III, ESQUIRE Cities' electric should be and
    or integrated utility proceeding not granted copy of the specifications may be received -
    Wining by two runs May 27 againstthe Beating the Bandits 10.5 June 2, 403 West Georgia Street system; the Ft. Pierce Utilities Authority, the contracts agreements and bonds during regular business hours of 8

    Mavericks, the Bandits'Jacksonhad Rangers' Wiggins had three hits, Post Office Box 1056 and the Taxpayers, Property Owners, therein described and the proceedings am. to 5 p.m. Daylight Savings Time
    three hits, Nichols, Carver, Jenkins and Hersey had two hits, Stark., Florida ((32091)) and Citizens of the City of Ft. Pierce, authorizing the execution and Issuance Monday thru Friday at the Office of the
    Long, Milton, Trimble and Hudson Smith and Hersey had one hit. (904)964-7262 Florida, including non-residents owning thereof validated. Clerk of the City of Starke. The City of
    had one. Bandits' Carver had two hits, ATTORNEYS FOR HUSBANDIN property or subject to taxation therein, Said bonds consist of not exceeding Five Stork. reserves the right to reiect any
    Mavericks' Whitehead and Goodowns, Long Milton and Hudson RE MARRIAGE OF McKINNEY: Notice and the holders of any outstanding debt Hundred Million and No/100 Dollars and all bids for the PABX Telecommunication .
    Powers had two hits, Gnann and had one hit. of Suit obligations previously Issued by said ($500,000,000.00)) Initial Pooled loon system Bids will not be oc
    Noesel had one hit. 5/294tchg6/l9 Utihtes Authority; the Utility Board of Project Revenue Bonds of Florida cepted after 7 p.m. June 17, 1986
    L the City of Key West Florida and the Municipal Power Agency, ("FMPA") hav- 5i 29 3tchQ 6 12
    Taxpayers, Property Owners and ing the characteristics as described In
    Citizens of the City of Key West Florida the Complaint filed In these pro-
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
    City of Hampton EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Including nonresidents owning propertyor ceedings., The contracts and agreements NOTICE
    subject to taxation therein, and the consist of a Loan Agreement between
    Notice is hereby that under and
    BRADFORD COUNTY
    FLORIDA given
    FMPA and the above noted
    holders of Cities
    Utility
    any outstanding debt obligations
    Civil DepartmentCASE by virtue Part IV of Chapter 83 F.S as
    Commissions Boards and Authorities
    previously Issued by said ,
    Utility
    NO. 86204CAIN Self Storage Facility Act that the undersigned
    Board, the Kissimmee ("Project Participants") providing for the
    PresentsA RE THE MARRIAGE OF: Utility Authority, will sell for cash to the highest
    and the loaning of monies from FMPA to the Project
    Taxpayers Property Owners,
    WILLIAM R. McKINNEY bidder at 301 S. 1640 S. Walnut St ,
    Husband and Citizens of the City of Kissimmee, Participants and providing for the Starke, Fla. at 10,00 a.m. on the 13th day
    Florida including non-residents owning repayment thereof to FMPA by the Pro
    and of June 1986 the contents of Unit No 23
    property or subject to taxation therein ject Participants and a Bond Resolution.A .
    belonging to Jeanie Cardillo containingmisc.
    CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY
    New Wife and the holders of any outstanding debt more particular description of said household goods by C 8 C Mini"
    obligations previously Issued by sold contracts, agreements and bonds being
    NOTICE OF SUIT Storage, 1640 S. Walnut St.. Starke, Fla
    contained in the heretofore
    Utility Authority; Complaint 32091 964.8848
    TO: the Utilities Commission, City of New filed in these proceedings.This .
    6/5 2tchg 6 12
    Jamboree at City Park CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY Smyrna Beach Florida and the Taxpayers Order to Show Cause shall be
    RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU
    Property Owners and Citizens of published In the manner required by
    ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    an action -
    law.
    the City of New Smyrna Beach Florida NOTICE OF RIGHTTO
    for Dissolution of Marriage has Including nonresidents' DONE AND ORDERED at Tallahassee,
    June 7 from 5 12 been filed against you and you are required subject to taxation therein owning, propertyor and the Leon County Florida, this 19th day of NOMINATEBY PETITIONThe
    pm
    to serve a copy of your written holders of any outstanding debt obligations May, 1986. Farmers Home Administration
    defenses to It, If the Plaintiff
    any on Charles E. Miner Jr.
    previously Issued by said Utilities FmHA for
    attorney, whose name and address Is ( ) is accepting nominations
    :
    Commission; and the Sebring Utilities Circuit Judge County Committee elections 'lor
    WM. A. BESSENT III, ESQUIRE
    BESSENT A MOODY Commission, and the Taxpayers Property 5223tchg65NOTICE Alachua/Bradford Countyies( ). This.
    Live Music at 6 pm 403 West Georgia Street P.O. Box 1056 Owners, and Citizens of the City of notice Is issued to inform eligible votersof

    Stark., Florida 32091 Sebring Florida, Including nonresidents the right to nominate candidates by
    Country Gospel Bluegrass ((904)964-7262) owning property or subject to taxation petition Copies of the petition and instructions
    therein and the holders of OF AUCTION .
    ,
    and file the original with the clerk of theabovestyled any outstanding on its completion can be obtained
    debt obligation previously Issuedby NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. from your local FmHA office,
    1986 otherwise court on or before July 8. said Utilities Commission; the forego day June 16, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock a.m.. Persons nominated should be currently
    ; be
    a Judgment
    entered may ing Boards Commissions and the undersigned Gator Frelghtways engaged in the operation of a 'farm
    Chicken 5 demanded against In the you for the relief Authorities being public bodies corporate Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at have their principal farming operation

    Bar-B-Q pm WITNESS hand Complaint and the or seal Petition.of said and politic organized and existing 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Florida within the County or area in which activities
    Court my under and by virtue of the lows of one lot of matches consigned to of the county or area Committee
    on 23 May, A.D. 1986.
    the State of Florida. Bayshore Prop. Rest. 8 Row Bar, Coconut are carried out derive the principal part
    GILBERT S. BROWN. Del endants. Grove, Florida, to and
    satisfy freight of their income from farming (that is
    Anyone Interested in Playing or Singing Is Welcome. As Clerk of Said Court forage charges, under the provisions of more than 50 percent of their gross income
    By Beulah Moody ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETO Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of must come from agricultural pio
    BRING A FRIENDSNAPPER BESSENT & MOODY Deputy Clerk THE STATE OF FLORIDA THROUGHTHE Lading. duction). be a citizen of the United
    STATE ATTORNEY FOR THE SECOND Gator Freightways. Inc Carrier States or an alien lawfully admitted to
    WM.A. BESSENT III, ESQUIRE
    JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE, AND 02-711054 dtd 4/16/86 the United States for permanent
    403 West Street
    Georgia THE TAXPAYERS PROPERTY OWNERS 6/5 2tchg 6/12 residence not have on FmHA insured or
    Post Office Box 1056
    AND CITIZENS. INCLUDING NON. guaranteed loan and be well qualifiedfor ,
    Stark. Florida. ((32091)) RESIDENTS OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT committee work. Nominations must
    ((904))96" 7262
    SETS ATTORNEYS FOR HUSBANDIN TO TAXATION THEREIN OF LEON UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT be received at the local FmHA office no
    COUNTY, FLORIDA: AND THE CITIES OF MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA loter than June 12, 1986. FmHA commit
    RE MARRIAGE
    OF
    McKINNEY
    Noticeof
    Suit : ALACHUA FLORIDA; BARTOW JACKSONVILLE DIVISION tee elections are open to all eligible

    THE STANDARD.OUR FLORIDA: BLOUNTSTOWN FLORIDA; Court No. 8654.Civ-J-16 voters without regard to race. color,
    5/29 "tchg 6/19 BUSHNELL. FLORIDA; CLEWISTON UNITED STATES OF AMERICA religion national origin age. political
    FLORIDA: FORT MEADE. FLORIDA: Plaintiff, affiliation, marital status sex, and/or
    GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA; GREEN COVE VS. handicap.
    REPUTATION IS WORTH RIDING ON! PUBLIC NOTICE SPRINGS FLORIDA; HAVANA, FLORIDA: SARAH C. REAGAN Hchgfe 5

    The School Board of Bradford County HOMESTEAD FLORIDA; JACKSONVILLE Defendants. _____ u _
    When you climb aboard our rider, you're riding on years of Starke, Florida will hold a Public Hearing BEACH, FLORIDA; LAKE WORTH NOTICE OF SALE

    SNAPPER quality, engineering and innovations. SNAPPER on proposed amendments to the FLORIDA; LEESBURG. FLORIDA; MOORE Notice is hereby given that pursuantto NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
    riders have earned their reputation in the Sunbelt where following School Board Rules: HAVEN FLORIDA; MOUNT DORA, a Final Judgment entered on May 8, REZONING AND AMENDMENT OF
    most of the FLORIDA; NEWBERRY FLORIDA; 1986 by the above entitled Court in the THE LAND USE PLAN
    grass grows year. 6Gx4-5.25(4)( ) Special Programs & OCALA, FLORIDA; ST. CLOUD FLORIDA; above styled cause, the undersignedUnited
    Time-tested performance makes the SNAPPER easy to Procedures For Exceptional Students STARKE FLORIDA: TALLAHASSEE. States Marshal or any of his duly An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive
    operate and tough. For added safety and a smoother ride, FLORIDA; VERO BEACH, FLORIDA; authorized deputies will sell the property Land Use Plan Element and

    SNAPPER riders now have automatic blade stop and smooth 6Gx44.50 Student Code of Conduct WAUCHULA FLORIDA; WILLISTON, situate in Bradford County, Florida Map by Bradford County Florida in accordance
    start clutch. These features are available for the SNAPPERyou regarding Student Dress 8 Attendance FLORIDA; THE FOREGOING BEING described as.Commence. with the local Government i
    now own. Ask your dealer for details. MUNICIPAL CORPORA!ION* ORGANIZED Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as
    AND EXISTING UNDER AND BY VIRTUE at the Southwest corner provided for In Chapter 163 of the
    Some other exciting and innovative features include on-
    This Public Hearing will be held on OF THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF of said Section Ten ((10)), and run North Florida Statues.TO .
    the-go shifting, SNAPPER'S famous disc drive and easy June 16, 1986 at 7 p.m. In the School FLORIDA AND THE TAXPAYERS. PRO Eighty-nine ((89)) degrees and Twenty-
    'height adjustments. See our riding mower at your SNAPPER Board Room of the District School's Administrative PERTY OWNERS AND CITIZENS INCLUDING eight ((28)) minutes East along the : All Citizens Taxpayers and other interested .

    dealer today. You'll see why it's Offices 582 North Temple NON-RESIDENTS OWNING Southerly boundary thereof Three Thousand persons
    a reputation worth riding on. 15 It's a snap with Avenue, Starke, Florida. PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION Four Hundred Fifteen and Five Tenths You and each of You are hereby and
    Copies of these proposed amendments WITHIN ANY OF THE FOREGOING SAID ((3415.5)) Feet more or less, to the herewith given notice In accordancewith
    SNAPPER to these Board Rules may be obtained CITIES; AND THE HOLDERS OF ANY Westerly boundary of the right of way of Florida Statues that the Board of
    SPRING SAVINGS at the Superintendent's office, OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATIONS State Road 100, thence North Eighteen County Commissioners of Bradford
    A division of Fuqua Industries between 7:30: a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY ANY OF SAID ((18)) degrees and Thirty-Five ((35)) minutes County Florida, have designated the
    NOW, through Friday. CITIES PAYABLE FROM THE REVENUESOF West, Along said Westerly boundary, Bradford County Zoning and Planning
    Q1 This Is In compliance with the Florida SUCH CITIES' ELECTRIC OR INTEGRATED One Thousand One Hundred Seventysixand Board to conduct a public hearing at a
    Statues. Chapter 120.54 as enacted by UTILITY SYSTEM; THE FT. Two Hundredth ((1176.02)) feet to on regular meeting held at 7,00 p.m. in the
    the 1974 Florida Legislature.Jim PIERCE UTILITIES AUTHORITY. AND THE iron pipe for point of beginning. From Council Roam of Stark. City Hall. Stark.,
    FREE Duncan Superintendent TAXPAYERS PROPERTY OWNERS. AND the point of beginning thus described Florida on Tuesday June 24. 1986 and
    Bradford County Schools CITIZENS OF THE CITY OF FT. PIERCE continue North Eighteen ((18)) degreesand make a recommendation to the Board of
    Catcheror 5/292tchg 6/5 FLORIDA INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS Thirty-five ((35)) minutes West along County Commissioners' and the Board
    OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO said Westerly boundary. One Hundred will consider on Monday. July 7, 1986 at
    DumpCart TAXATION THEREIN AND THE HOLDERSOF Twenty-five ((125)) feet to an Iron pipe; the Commissioners Room of the Bradford .
    NOTICE OF APPLICATIONThe ANY OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGA- thence South Seventy-one ((71)) degrees County Courthouse, Stark., Floridaat
    Suwannee River Water Management TIQNS PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY SAID and Twenty-five ((25)) minutes West One 10:00: a.m. an Ordinance relating to
    r with each District has received a permit application UTILITIES AUTHORITY; THE UTILITY Hundred Ninety-nine and Eighty-five The rezoning of the following
    Rider for a surfacewater management BOARD OF THE CITY OF KEY WEST, Hundredths ((199.85)) feet to an Iron pipe; described property and amending the
    \ system as follows: FLORIDA AND THE TAXPAYERS PRO thence South Eighteen ((18)) degrees and Comprehensive Land Use Plan to provide
    J Application: 4-86-00034 GUY ANDREWS PERTY OWNERS AND CITIZENS OF THE Thirty-five ((35) minutes East parallel that land currently zoned RSF-MH
    1 POST OFFICE BOX 429 STARKE, CITY OF KEY WEST. FLORIDA, IN. with said Westerly boundary One Hundred and designated' by the plan as Rural
    FL 32091 CLUDING NON-RESIDENTS OWNING Twenty-five ((125)) feet to an iron Residential be rezoned to Cl, and
    Date Received: 5/21/86 PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION pipe; thence North Seventy-one ((71)) designated Commercial the property of
    General permit application to construct THEREIN AND THE HOLDERS OF ANY degrees and Twenty-five ((25)) minutes Ronald C. Ivey, described as follows:
    AII and operate a surf ocewoter OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATIONS East One Hundred Ninety-nine and 1.14 acres In Section 23, Township 6 S.,
    XAOP 1 management system on approximately PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY SAID UTILITY Eighty-five Hundredths ((199.85)) feet to Range 22 East, out of Parcel 2758-00000
    illllI I ru 3.9 acres of land In township 06 South BOARD; THE KISSIMMEE UTILITY point of beginning. Being located In Section located one and one-half miles East of
    range 22 East, section 28, Bradford AUTHORITY, AND THE TAXPAYERS Ten (10), Township Seven ((7) South. Starke off North side of Hwy 16 to be used ,
    County Florida. PROPERTY OWNERS AND CITIZENS OF Range Twenty-Two ((22)) East Bradford for general commercial.You .
    I III t Project Description: WINN DIXIE THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA, INCLUDING County Floridaat are further given NOTICE that a

    Applications are on file for public Inspection NON-RESIDENTS OWNING'ROPERTY copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is
    at district headquarter and OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION public outcry to the highest and best available for your Inspection at the office I
    written comments concerning any of the THEREIN, AND THE HOLDERS OF ANY bidder for cash at the hour of 1200: of the Director of Zoning and Planning I
    applications above may be filed with the OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATIONS o'clock Noon on July 8, 1986 at the front City Hall Thompson Street Starke,
    district no later than 6/19/86. Those persons PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY SAID UTILITY door entrance of the Bradford County Florida.
    '
    'TWO ,YEAR.LIMITED WARRANTY ; who wish to b. advised as to any AUTHORITY; THE UTILITIES COMMISSION Courthouse at Starke, Florida. Each and every person having any interest
    proposed agency action and provided an CITY OF NEW SMYRNA BEACH. Dated: May 30, 1986. whatever In the enactment of the .
    opportunity to request an administrative FLORIDA, AND THE TAXPAYERS. PRO. Richard L. Cox Jr. proposed ORDINANCE should appear
    ASK ABOUT SNAP-CREDIT WITH LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS.SEE hearing regarding an application must ERi'Y OWNERS AND CITIZENS OF THE United States Marshal and be heard at the time and place
    YOUR YELLOW PAGES FOR THE SNAPPER DEALER NEAREST YOU file a written request with the Suwannee CITY OF NEW SMYRNA BEACH. Middle District of Florida prescribed.BOARD
    River Water Management District Route FLORIDA, INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS John E. Lawlor, III OF BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
    STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT 3, Box 64 Live Oak Florida 32060 no OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO Assistant United States Attorney
    later than 7/8/86. TAXATION THEREIN AND THE HOLDERSOF Attorney for Plaintiff BY: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk691tchg
    438 South Walnut Starke Florida! Itchg 6/5 ANY OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATIONS 6/5 4tchg 6/26

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    Tornadoes Split a Pair in Jamboree Friday Night Palatka

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    Bradford High footballers beat In- The inexperienced Tornado grid- The young boys did a real good
    terlachen 7-0 on a passing game that ders need to work hard over the job, considering their lack of experience -
    pleased Coach David Hurse but summer in the weight room. "If we Sexton said. The coach
    couldn't contain Palatka's: option at- work this summer, we have a pointed to DE Jimmy Long, LB Bill
    tack and lost 7-0 to the Panthers. chance at a winning season," Hurse Hamilton, DT Dane Clark, and DT
    Augustine beat Interlachen 7-0 notes. Randall Glisson, a senior out for
    and beat Palatka 7-0 when the Another need factor is senior football for the first time this spring,
    Yellow Jackets recovered their own leadership, Hurse noted. So far, only as doing a good job. Plus, Reggie rEy'
    punt, which Palatka touched, on the tackle Billy Harrell has exhibitedany Leverson, up from the JV, played
    Panther seven yard line. leadership."We three defensive positions in the jam-
    must overcome inexperiencewith boree.
    Playing with quite a few ninth strength and hard work," the All these youngsters are inexperienced 1
    graders on both offense and defense, head Tornado states. or have one year of experience -
    Coach Hurse was pleased with the The Tornado passing game can on the junior varsity, .k
    Tornado passing game. The Tornado really be improved over the sum- Coach Sexton points out. "I feel they ;yi
    touchdown against Interlachencame mer. Pat Diggs caught some big had a good spring and will help us '
    when 6-6 Patrick Diggs caughta passes in the jamboree David out quite a bit." the coach says. 4 \ 8r \
    pass from quarterback Johnnie Hamilton punted well
    Regulars were linebacker
    Clark and ran 20 yards for the score. Gary t
    Freshmen, sophomore-tobe, :
    Wise, rover back Greg Wiggins, and 4
    BHS lined up wrong on the play and Dane Clark kicked off as well as _, .
    DE David Williams who didn't play .
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    catch the -
    Diggs wasn t supposed to starting at defensive tackle and that much defense last DT Billy ,
    year; -
    nass, but the broken play worked. .. playing some offensive tackle. Harrell, and strong side defensiveend

    Freshmen, sophomore-to-be Johnnie Clark, who saw a little f
    Over-all Coach Hurse said he was'very Rodney Mosley showed good speedin action at rover back last season. _
    pleased with both quarter- the jamboree. Clark and Mosleyare T
    backs, Johnnie Clark and Robert the only: two sophomores that Plus, if defensive end and ,
    Starling.The definitely will be kept on this fall's linebacker Ron Brown, who missedthe
    BHS running game was varsity, says Coach Hurse. spring with a knee operation,
    almost non-existent.. Coach Hurse returns healthy this fall, the Tor-
    said the green offensive line failed to The Defense... nado defense will be a force to be kDefensive
    block. Over-all, Defensive CoordinatorMike reckoned with, says Coach Sexton.
    "It's obvious from the jamboreethat Sexton is pleased with the work Hopefully, some other players will
    we need to get stronger. We the Tornadoes got done this spring. come to the attention of the coaches, Huddle...
    have an excuse for being inex- The week he was gone because of says Coach Sexton. A big need is for
    Defensive Coach Mike Sexton confers with the defen- Football Jamboree held In Palatka.
    perienced, but there is not excuse for the death of his father cost the more defensive players to keep
    sive unit of the Bradford Tornadoes during a The Tornadoes beat Interlachen 7-0 but lost to
    being physically weak, points out defense some training and they had others from having to play both of- High
    the veteran coach. to do a lot of catching up. fense and defense break In the action in last Friday night's annual Spring Palatka by an identical score In two quarters of action.

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    I' Rec. Dept. NewsLeading


    the Men's Slowpitch Softball Airpark's Olive had four hits, Rowe, Brooker and Silvers had three hits, Crawford had two hits,and Stephenshad Jr. Boys' Boone and Bagwell had three hits, Sanders, Thomas and
    sponsored by the Starke D. Nuaeny and Baker had three hits I Jacobs and Smith had two hits, one. two hits, Duncan, Hilderbran, D. Greene had two hits,and Harringtonhad
    Recreation Department is Northside Simons, Tacey and R. Nuaeny hadtwo Coburn, Harris, Kimbell, Bowers Waldo's Corsaro had two hits, Allen, Crews, Allen, Bishop and one hit.
    Baptist with a 12-1 record. hits. and Strickland had one hit. Harris Smith, Strickland and Har- Cooper had one hit.
    Other standings: Smyrna, 6-7; Presbyterian's L. Paterson had FBC's McGahee, Warren, Crosby ris had one hit. Meth 18, Smyrna 3
    Presbyterian,3-9; Airpark,3-9; First three hits, Sanders and Thomas had McGee, Waters, Bryant and Clark Graham 18, Presby 10 Beating Smyrna 18-3 June 3.
    Baptist, 5-9; Waldo, 8-5; Methodist, two hits, B. Paterson, Langley, Sex- had one hit. Jr. Boys 11, Graham 12 Beating Presbyterian 18-10 June 3, Methodist's Cooper and Crawfordhad
    12-1; Jr. Boys, 0-13; Graham, 7-8; ton, Langley, Slater and B. Padgetthad Winning by one run June 1 againstthe Graham's Gaines and D. Cubbedgehad three hits, Winkler, Mundorff,
    Bayless, 4-12; Sr. Boys, 6-0 one hit. Meth 19, Waldo 7 Jr. Boys, Graham's Gaines had three hits, Sparks, O'Neal D. Johnson and Prevatt had two hits
    Winning by eight runs June 1 three hits, O'Neal had two hits, S. Cubbedge and Crews had two hits Stephens,Francis and Crawford hadone
    Presby 2, Waldo 19 FBC 8, Waldo 21 against Waldo, Methodist's Johnsonhad Cubbedge, McClellan, Sparks, D. Welch, S. Cubbedge, Williams andMains hit.
    Beating Presbyterian 19-2 May 29, Beating First Baptist Church 21-8 four hits, Gaines, Devario and Cubbedge, Padgett, Williams and had one hit.Presbyterian's Smyrna's Davis, Schoening and
    Waldo's Harris and K. Clark had June 3, Waldo's Harris, Corsaro, Prevatt had three hits, Francis and Crews had one hit. L. Patterson had Jr. Schoening had one hit.

    three hits, Jacobs, Harris, Smith,
    Kimbell and Strickland had two hits, _I
    Corsaro, T. Clark and Brooker had
    one.
    Presbyterian's Sexton and Fine Selection ofGraduation
    Padgett had one hit.

    :Meth 25, Airpark 0 Hallmark

    Shutting out Airpark May 29,
    Methodist's Francis and Winkler Cards
    had four hits, Mundorff,C. Crawfordand EGRI86II
    Polk had three hits, Cooper,
    Johnson, D. Crawford and Detlefsenhad College & High School
    two hits.Airpark .
    had no hits. Final score:
    Methodist 25, Airpark 0. '
    Class of 86
    Graham 8, Northside 4

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    had three hits, Alvarez, Norman, L a A Money
    Eaves and Cox had two hits, t>
    Blankenship and Welch had one hit. 1 a Matching Key Chain
    Smyrna's Schoening, Dicandio, V. .
    Shannon and Burgin had one hit.

    Presby 13, Airpark 21 From $ 12.5OGraduation

    Beating' Presbyterian 21-13 June 2,


    Crawford Leads Bears


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    with an overall batting average of
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    of) Bradford and Union Coun- When he wasn't performing, An-
    ty's most colorful "characters", R. drews worked as a cattleman, raisIng -
    J. (Whippm" Jack) Andrews, died his own herd. As a child he train- b'r
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    the home ed horses
    / Friday at of his daughter in the woods around
    ro ""rt ..,,c"', Jeraline Humphrey, in Suwannee Starke where he and his family moved
    :1+. County He was 75. from Lake Butler. A friendly
    . ., % Mr. Andrews was widely known in neighbor made Jack his first
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    'Y rodeo circles for his artistry with the bullwhip from deerskin and it remained -
    .' 1'... d.rl bull whip and his skill as an animal one of his lifelong treasures.
    ,..... ,- ; trainer. During his long career he Jack learned the craft and made
    :r' ,. appeared in rodeo shows throughoutthe many of the whips he later used in
    "". .... ;. U.S. and Canada, and spent his rodeos and nightclub performances.
    .' retirement at his home near Lawtey,
    where he lived for 23 years. He appearedat
    During his last years his collectionof
    bullwhips were packed up,and his
    menagerie trained animals finally Madison
    dwindled away, but he still took
    pride In his bulging scrapbooks filled
    with fading and yellowed newspaperand Square GardenAndrews /
    magazine clippings, and
    photographs documenting his rugg- appeared in New York's
    ed career as a rodeo trooper and old Madison Square Garden in 1944 I
    champ whip-snapper. They include and, as far as he knows,was the only
    excerpts from the old Saturday animal trainer to perform there
    Evening Post and LIFE magazine. without a helper. He also gave a
    Jack's professional career beganin charity show featuring Henry the
    1938 at the age of 27, but the Bull in Times Square. WIfj 4'u
    groundwork was laid when he learn- Funeral services were held at 11 !
    ed the ropes as a youngster, a.m. Monday at the graveside in .
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    who "broke in" horses for their Butler with Rev. Joe Williams of-
    neighbors in rural Union County ficiating.He w
    (then part of Bradford) where he is survived by three daughters,
    was born. From that he gradually Robin Vanlue,Ocala; Jeraline Hum-
    progressed to celebrity status as a phrey,Suwannee County; and Laura
    trainer, sharing his fame with Reyes, Phoenix, Arizona; three
    "Snowball the Mule" with whom he sons, James, Starke; Thomas of .. .
    appeared as a team on early televi- Damen, Texas, and John, Lawtey; ._ ,
    sion programs, including the Arthur two brothers, Rance, of Jasper, and
    Steve Allen and Roland, Lake Butler; two sisters, -
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    1,835-pound Brahma bull named Mae Pewett, Lake Butler; and four
    Henry to perch atop a beer keg and grandchildren.Archer On the Trail...
    drink soda pop from a bottle. Funeral Home of Lake Jack Andrews astride his price bull Henry, returning home with some I
    Butler rangements.was in charge of funeral ar slim "provisions" after a meager shopping trip during depression days.

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    Pro wrestling'-': comes to BHS Firm \, : I

    ::::. By Mark Frledlln The ever-popular Mr. Wrestling II tree.
    BCT Staff Writer is next up on the canvas stage as he Tickets are available at Whispering -
    Professional wrestling fans, grab goes up against El Diablo in the final Pines Care Center, TG and Y,
    your dates and get on down to the single match of the evening.The The Office Shop and at the gate the
    Bradford High School football night of the show.
    stadium this Saturday, June 7th fora proceedings really start to get
    "We know how popular profes-
    from crazy in the next match when a
    night of non-stop action some "
    sional wrestling is in this area,
    of the biggest names in the sport. ID-man, Over-the-Top Battle Royale commented spokeswoman Gayle .i i ,1Lar I_ i
    followed by a special "Suprise
    The American Wrestling Associa Match" for the finale. Johnson. "It's going for a great a
    tion is bringing it all-star road show cause and it should be an exciting M wssrRd w !w t -. +/ 5 n n+ e e .
    to the Tornado football field for a This professional wrestling matchis show. We hope we can fill the place wLw
    wild, unique outdoor event startingat for the benefit of the residents of up."
    8 p.m. Whispering Pines Care Center's Professional wrestling shows have
    The show features Johnny Mon- Resident Council. All proceeds from visited the area in the past and have ;
    tana vs. the Super Destroyer in the the show will go to the resident coun- been quite successful each time. A
    first match of the evening, followedby cil for their needs and activities at recent show in Keystone Heights last
    The Dynamite Kid and Corey the center. Fall drew standing-room-only
    Stevens teaming up for a tag team Admission to the show Is $5 for crowds In the school gym and
    encounter with Krusher Knopff) and adults, $3 for kids frem four to 12 benefited the KHHS basketball pro- _
    The Bounty Hunter. years old. Children under four get in gram and other sports at the school. T ,


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    Sign-ups for the July 4th Our Coun- Last year's tennis tournament will also be a big enough draw
    try Day Tennis tournament will ended in an exciting men's singles to hold the women's singles,
    begin Tuesday, June 10 with final between former champion Ed women's doubles mixed doubles
    registration forms available at the Agranowitz and Russ Porter, the and juniors for both boys and girls. Luxury i ,, *v'f-r sizw-.s- <*
    Keystone Heights City Hall and at current defending champion for the The KHHS tennis team will have
    the Lake Region Monitor office on second straight year. several members in the tournament
    Lawrence Blvd. honing their skills for next season '
    Both players and other outstan- and the teams from Bradford High Ii
    ding players from the Gainesville School and Union County are also expected
    The event coincides with the an- area should return for this to send entrants.
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    celebration in and around the public change will take place over a four The price for registration in the :T J J4s
    park next to Lake Geneva which in- day period, July 1-4 with pre-set tourney is $5 per person for singles
    cludes a parade, a Fun Run, skiing times for all matches. and $7.50 for each doubles team. jluTi
    show by the award winning Lily The men's singles division Is Mark Friedlin is tourney chair [%I IIP !i' 45" 1
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    the evening's grand finale. the tournament but it is hoped that event call him at 964-4305 or 4734380Editor's I
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    In a recent story on Luke Stall- in an inaUveriaui error, we Barefoot. Luke's great-aunt, ine; 11-lL L-''
    ings,a talented dancer who receivedone neglected to mention the names of Green is also a lifelong resident of 1 1 FURNITURE I NEW STORE HOURS:

    of the starring roles in the recent Lukes'1 parents Harry and the county. St.I:." '.''' "': ..m.
    production of the famous Broadway Margaret Ann Dinkins Stalling Los-.i1 W. Call Street / 411 W. Madison MOndaY.f I )
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    (Margaret is a native of Bradford relatives and our apologies for the 964.5826. 964.5827 8:00: a.m. 1:00: p.m.
    play "42nd Street", we included in County) and his maternal grand- omissions in the tory ; Saturday
    the background information the parents Charles Dinkins and the late We would like to thank Jane ',annNs I no [ Starke Florida
    i names of two of his relatives Bob Juanita Barefoot Dinkins,who was a Dinkins Allen and Rebecca Dinkins L
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    Oarla Christopher an awaraa in November" General Mills Family Leader of "Graham has oeen a strong two- Between Starke and
    winning graduate of Bradford High With the aid of several scholarships Tomorrow for the State of Florida. term governor, and Is the person 100
    School who earned her law degree: awarded for her Ms. Christopher Is active in the who can best represent Florida in Keystone on Hwy
    from the University of Florida in high school record Darla graduate Democratic Party in Bradford Coun- the U.S. Senate', the county chair VACATION ,BIBLE
    1985 has been appointed by Gov. from Harvard University with ty and has been conferring with the man said. "He is qualified to bring
    Bob Graham as chairwoman of the honors in 1981, followed by law Democratic Executive Committee Florida the type of recognition and SCHOOL
    Graham for U.S. Senate campaignin school at the University of Florida. on plans to rally support for Grahamin influence that we deserve. With
    Bradford County As a senior at BUS she was validic- the fall elections. Graham In the Senate, Florida will Juno 16-20 9am.Noon
    "It's an honor to have support torian for the class of 1977 and was "Bradford voters have a traditionof have two effective, intelligent, and Ages 2 thru 9th grade
    from dedicated Floridians like Ms awarded a $1,000 scholarship as supporting Graham,"Christophersaid. well respected senators,"she added.
    Christopher" Graham said in an- State Star Student, sponsored by the "In his successful re-election Volunteers wishing to assist in the Transportation Available
    nouncing the appointment. "Our State Chamber of Commerce. She campaign for Governor in 1982 he Graham campaign may contact Call 473-4188.or 47 -3.507
    campaign is organizing throughout also received an ITT-Aayonier carried Bradford County with 83 percent Chairman Christopher at 964-8272 or
    Florida n" we work toward victory scholarship and was named of the "nt.." after 5 at 964.8232.


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    By Mark Fried un Each student at the two elementary
    BCT Staff Writer schools got to choose which
    I Elementary students at Brooker area they would like to attend
    and Lawtey Elementary Schools At Brooker Elementary, Sergeant
    learned some practical and Moore of the U.S. Army set up a
    fascinating facts about different demonstration area highlighting the
    careers in the working world recent benefits of military service with a
    II IIy ly when they participated in"CareerDay" slide show and models.
    at their schools. Richard Brennon from Clay Elec- ,
    "This is a unique day for the tric Co-operative was in the next
    students it's and interesting break classroom, demonstrating careers
    '. in the routine and they get a chanceto in the electric power generation field
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    ferent ways people earn a living." and importance of energy conserva- __
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    The visiting experts set up and Fitness Center's demonstration,
    demonstrations in each classroom at Fitness Instructor Miguel Franquiz
    the school and showed their skills to showed students the facilities and
    each group of students who rotated programs offered by the center to
    r through each presentation so that all students and adults of all ages.
    could attend throughout the day. Cindy Winkler provided a light
    Members of the Bradford spot of entertainment in the day's ,
    Emergency Rescue Service led by events when she gave a clown
    Cliff Chapman Supervisor of demonstration,showing the students Building Business...
    Emergency Services, set up shop make-up techniques and showing off Building Contractor Jim Temple shows fourth-grade students
    with one of their rescue vehicles out- her various antics Brooker at
    which kept the Elementary how to use a level as part of his "Career
    side the school and opened their laughs coming. \ orkshop.rl Day"v
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    Friday May 30 Talisha Harrison, Second Place Durham, Melody Durham, Talisha for
    Henry Redding. Harrison, Stevie Redding, Linda Dad .a s.l s.
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    Johnstown Baptist this year. Overall Awards: The trophy for Morgan, and Daniel Norman
    Henry Redding, son of Mr. and Mrs. the most 100's was presented to $1797Each l
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    Redding maintained a 91 percent character went to Jessica Tiowell Nicole Johnson, Amy Nor- Oxford: slip-on: 4
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    Mariana Melton, daughter of Mr. Redding. See '10
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    Mr and Mrs Macks Long of Lake
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    Ji 1 HITS AU'rril \\otnls, Sr. limes !and bullcrcdloo. But Denny Survivors include three Manor from Retirement Melrose. She Village was two a retired years .: p:, HOW AT
    ago
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    said "Why should I Complains Jesus daughters, Robin Vanlue, ;
    Mi. J.inic.s AIIred i teach in Duval & Suwannee
    "Jimmy"Winds sul I'ered than and Jeraline Humphrey, Lake City; school
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    : Sr., 2l! of SUuko. diod suddenly We all miss you Denny. Laura Reyes, Phoenix': three sons, counties, a member of the Order of \ Ill ORIAN WELLS9LAKE
    Thursday" May! 29, at his James Andrews, Starke; Thomas The Eastern Star in Hawthorne anda
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    result-ill1: Mom, Dad, Nancy, Frances, Benny Andrews, Damen, TX; John, member of the Mandarin CHEVROLET-OLDS
    Burn in Jacksonville( (l'cI'mht'I'> Methodist Church in Jacksonville
    iind great mere and nephew Lawtey; two brothers, Rance Andrews
    your U.S 301 N 964-7500
    27, lllf.l.':; Mr. Wood was: .1 lili'lnm'' Jasper, Roland Andrews, Survivors include one step-son, s
    icsidfiit nt Sinkc. IU Mils a i'i>iisliucluin Lake Butler two sisters, Alma Rudene H. Martin, Melrose; one
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    uivikrr tin Gerald, Grill,is John Hugh Sapp Dekle of Macclenny and Ida Mae sister, Irma Townsend, Jacksonville -
    ('ulI.I'lIl'1ion: C'nnp.iny amimrmhi 41 of Pewett of Lake Butler four grand ; three grandchildren. You Are Invited to Stop By
    Mr. John Hugh Sapp! B4, ; .
    i' ol llr.liaplisl 1 l Kailh..Sutvinrs Graveside services were held Fri-
    induili1\ Ins write, HUI(- Melrose! died( Wednesday, May. 211, children.Graveside services were held day, May 30, at Hawthorne and See Vernon
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    umP I Mill I I I I Woods, .ono son, Junes A. following an eslonded ilhu ss.Born Monday,June 2, at the Elzey Chaple Cemetery with Rev David Landers
    oni- (l.iujihli'iAngela; !( : Sue, all olStaikf Cemetery in Lake Butler with Rev. conducting the services Jones He Will Save You Money on a Car or Truck,
    October! 29, 1901, in Mont
    :Mtilht-r, Alice Woods Klip, Funeral Home of Keystone Heights:
    Joe Williams officiating. Archer Chevrolet.
    Used New Oldsmobile
    Brook, Kla., Mr. Sapp moved toMelrose or or
    SU'plailiei', Walli'r Klip; threeInolheis. Ocala lie Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in was in charge of arrangements
    in l'J44! Irom wasa
    John K.: Lester\ 1 &
    Donald; L., all I ol Sunko; tour Eugene sisters, retired at Plant the Old Operator Power PlantMr with ClayEll'cll'ic charge; of arrangements.; .,., ......,.. -.... ..-o.. ... .... -_'. ._, 'o." .... I. 1.
    Alice Louise' Clark, 1 1C 1linl''nods- ,
    S.ipp was a member of the Haplist Rhena A. Herman
    holli ol SIlike, Ins Garland, Diane
    li edge| hulk ol Itailord. lash Mrs. Rhena A. Herman, 82, of
    UiMvesule sei'vicesere held Sun- Lake Butler, died Sunday,June 1, in
    il.iJune 1, at Broun Ceinelei.v Survivors include his wile, Annie the Bradford County Hospital following This is Your
    u it'll Hev. J. D. lioliinsoii & Mr., Pearl Sapp; two sons, Wilbur, & /! a brief illness.
    I.e.ilon :Morgan conducting, I the MMn.i's '- Gene, :Melrose! ; three brothers, ( ,
    \ Jones' Funeral Home i.1 l lKexstune 1 Karl: :Melrose, Henry & Woodrow, Born in Norwich, Conn., she moved I CountryiseYour
    ; 111'111111,1"\ in eliarne ulur.urgrnunns. l U'lllihton; I three" sisters CameSherouse with her husband to Lake Butlerin
    Ocala, Iris Anderson & 1973. She was a member of the
    VV'ynola Pardee, Micamipy: ; six Catholic Faith Ford
    grandchildren and six great-
    gi .null hililrcn. Survivors include two neices,
    Frank E, \\hito, Sr.
    Rhena Martucci of West Hartford,
    Mr. Frank E. White, Sr., 56, of "iraveside services were held Friday Conn; Elanie Gross of Hartford; one T !
    Starke. died Sunday, June tin Brad
    :May 301 Melrose Cemeteryuiili nephew, Lee Edward Brown of Hart-
    ford .Hospital following a long illness. Mr. Danny Roberts concluding, ford.

    the 'vices. Jones fo'ul1l"'alllcllnl' of
    Born July 22,1929, :Mr. White mov- sit
    Heights was in charge of Funeral services held
    Keystone were
    ed to Starke 20 He was a Motors is
    WWII! Army Veteran.years ago. niraiiHetncnls.H. Wednesday, June 3, in the chapel of Terwillegar your
    Archer Funeral Home with Rev.

    Gloria Survivors White include; one son one, Frank daughter B. Michael Norman officiating. Inter Dealer with the Best Price in
    ment will be in Dekle
    White, Jr., both of Verbana J, AndrewsMr. Cemetery.

    Alabama; one sister, V'iotorane R. J. Andrews, 75, of Lawtey,
    Payne, Huntsville, Alabama; Ex- died Friday, May 30 in Swannee MartinMrs. America -
    Pearl Reese
    wife Ann W White, V'erbana, County. ,
    Alabama Pearl Reese Martin, 83, of
    Born in Union County, !Mr. Andrews Jacksonville, died Tuesday, May 27
    1'rivategravesideservices for :Mr. traveled over most of the in Riverside Hospital following an
    WhIte were held Wednesday, June 4 States doing show lie was a whip artist extended illness. 1986 F-150133" W.B
    in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Jones and animal tl'ainerII'! Andrews -
    Funeral Home ol Starke was in moved to Lawtey 23 ;years Born August 23, 1902 in Madison
    charge of arrangements. ago. County, Mrs Martin move to Wesley AC, 5450


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    Mrs Doshia Smith Brown, 64, of North Central Florida
    Indian Mound Village in Sanford,
    died Tuesday, June 3, in Florida
    Hospital following a long illness, HospiceVolunteer e =
    Born October 28, 1921 in Starke, -wso
    !Mrs Brown moved Sanford from
    Jacksonville in 10. She was a Training ProgramHow 36 Month.-

    :member Methodist of Church the First in Sanford United, ::: :: jjfrgj
    the most vulnerable time of their
    member of The Ruth Circle, The do you help someone at Financing
    Sanford Women's Club, and was the life when they are dying?

    original sponsor of the Jr. Women's You can make a difference by becoming a Hospice volunteer.
    Club of Sanford, FL. Mrs Brown
    This seminar is for those people seeking to become involved in the
    The was co-owner Art Brown and Pest Vice-president Control Co of in North Central Florida Hospice program. Or you're just Interested In 86 F-150 117" WB 86 F-150 4x4

    Sanford and was the first woman to finding out more about Hospice, join us for the "Understanding
    be certified & licensed by The State Hospice" session.. Air, Tu-Tone Paint, 4 Sp. 4x4 Air Tu-Tone Paint 4 Sp.

    Dept. of Professional Regulations asa
    pest control operator. "Understanding Hospice,'' Friday,June 6. Open to the general public,

    Survivors include her husband, free. 7.9 p.m."Hospice $9895l .
    Artford! Brown, three brothers, Volunteer Training,"Saturday, June 7 G Saturday, June 14, 1AMERICA'S 5'95-
    Lewis & Harold Smith, Starke;
    9am.5pm.. Fee: $20; scholarsips available. Participants
    Thomas Smith, Miami; two sisters
    Mural Ryder, Montgomery, registered for Volunteer Training" must also attend the "Under-
    Alabama, and JoAnn Rowe, Sanford standing Hospice"program. They will be eligible to become
    Florida. Hospice volunteers upon successful completion of the TRUCK BUILT FORD TOUGH
    Funeral services for Mrs. Brown training program.
    will he held Friday, June 6, at 10-00:
    a m in the First United Methodist Instructors: Patrice Moore RN MSN; Kathleen Scott, RN, MSN

    Church, Sanford. Rev. George A.Buie. All classes will be held at the Starke Woman's Club. Call 964.6000to RangerV

    ,.III Grarnkow-Gaines will be conducting Funeral the services register or call the North Central Florida Hospice at 372-4321,

    Home of Sanford will be in charge of extension 4223. 5 SpeedAir


    the services in Sanford. Graveside North Central Florida Hospice Inc. PS PB
    services will be held at 2:30: p.m. Friday P.O. Box 15235 Gainesville FL 32601 ,
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    June 6 at Crosby Lake ((904)) 3724321. extension 4223 'w
    Cemetery in Starke. Interment will North Central Florida Hospice, Inc. is a member of Santa Fe Healthcare Systems. Inc. w .
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    the direction ot Jones Funeral Home
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    I 1912 FORD EXP AM/FM radio cosset,.. OPPORTUNITIESOWN LINK FENCE Installed. Freettlmatet. FAMILY GARAGE SALE Saturday crutille9ter

    AC red sports car good cond. $2800. Handy-Man Fence Co June 7, 602 Alton Rd. Nice things, I
    For Info call 964.5812. a>k lor L.n YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. fin ceramics, etc. 8 a.m. til noon. Itchg REALTYPHONE
    5/1c. ladles 6/5
    apparel, chlldrens/maternlty GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows,
    mi C-50 FLAT BED truck Chevy, Delrolt forge sizes, petite, dancewear or ac- .tc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY YARD SALE Saturday 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
    dlesel engine. 2 speed axle; alto 3 axle cssorls star. Jordach., Chic I*., 964-6078. Ordert alto taken In lake 1805 Raiford Rd. Variety of Items. Itchg I

    h.avy duty trailer. S.II tog.th.r or L.vl.) liod Gltono Guess Calvin Klein Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, 6/5 964-7776
    separately. 964-7994. 3/22 4tpd 6/12 Sergio Volenle, Evan Pleone, Liz 473.4973.2/26: tfnWANT MULTIFAMILY YARD SALE Thurs., Fri. A
    IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS for $44 Clalborn, Member Only Gasoline, TO DRINK? Sot. Variety of things. Go toward Camp 205 N. Temple, Starke

    through the U.S. Gov.rnm.nt?Get the Healthtex, Cherokee, over 1000oth.r. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Blanding NE 20th Ave, Look for signs, CECELIA TERWILLEGAR

    facts today! Call 1-312-742-1142 ext. .. $14.300 to $29.900 Inventory, WANT TO STOP? Itpd 6/5
    609. 5/22 4tpd 6/12 training fixtures, grand opening etc, THAT'S OURS FIVE FAMILY YARD SALE All day Saturday Today and always, may God bestow His love on you.

    CAN YOU BUY Jeeps and cart and..*..'. can open 15 days. Mr. Sidney ((612)) Alcoholics Anonymous ; clothes of all sizes, household The friendship of those we serve is the foundation of our
    und.r items, odds and ends. Hwy 16. past
    seized In drug raid. for $100 888.6555. Itpd 6/5 94-4150-94-S94-94-, '
    I Call lor lactt today! ((615)) 269-6701 THI MOST OUTRAGEOUS business opportunity pd thru 1/15 Green Acres. tchg 6/5 progress.
    ..., GARAGE SALE Corner ol West Bridges
    I 815. icon 86.161I of the decade-Distribute Pay SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes SPECIAL
    I 1914 ESCORT 4DR wagon AT, AC. 25.500 Telephones. FCC ruling abolished MaB.II' St. and North St. Clair St. 8 a.m. to 2
    oiled and Used
    cleaned $15.
    adjusted June 7. Itpd 6/5 INVESTORS: 438 Acre In South Bradford County. Partially
    p.m. Saturday
    I mil., on. owner Ilk. new 4682466. pay phone monopoly. $60,000 a machines for tale. James
    I 9/29 2tchg 6/5 year possible with $2,000 Investment. tewing Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy YARD SALE New and used Items. FRIDAY subdivided highway frontage close to school $1,000 per
    I 1979 MAVERICK: fair condition $500. atIt. Call Aaron Communication. 16, Starke. 964-8733. 12/5TF ONLY. 10 a.m. til. 624 N. Lake St., acre. Hardwood tree Developer'* dream!
    Can b. .*.n at 20A Circle Dr., FSP 405-360-4062 6/5 4tchg 626BOATS HANDYMAN electrical Starke. Itpd 6/5
    carpentry painting YARD SALE Friday June 6, 233 W.
    housing 431-1511 after 3 Itpd 6/5
    p.m. complete home repair. PRIME COMMERCIAL U.S. 301 NORTH
    I 1976 FORD 4X4i $3500. Alto '58 Reasonable Brownlee St. Three family sale. Largesize : Corner Washington,
    licensed
    I Plymouth Clattlc $2500. Phon. Call Mitch 4733940.rates 1/9TF contractor. clothes, tools, etc. Itpd 6/5 South of SR 16, 262.5' on Hwy. 301 105' on Washington St.
    GARAGE SALE Green Acres, Gen Dr.,
    964-4127. Itpd 6/5 with
    PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING all $97,500 $15,000 down.
    V-HUlli 12 foot Gal Saturday June 7. 8-30: a.m. Schwinn 10
    Will ALUMINUM w/5 HP
    1951 CHEVY COUPE Run. good.
    phases obedience, personal protection PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven
    speed 2 ladles 3 speed children
    trade for boat and motor or $1500. motor and taller $500. 964-4337 after
    show all
    Phone 964-5997 Itpd 6/5 4:30 p.m. Itpd 6/5 Itpd brdt., 964-5732 ring.or 964-7100.Experienced 3/13 TF clothes, guitar amp dishes. and furn. thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. In Bldg. with 150' on Hwy

    194 NISSAN KINGCABi with topper, folly i.T. THOMAS has 2 boats for sal., TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call Several families Items. Itpd 6/5 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars.
    loaded. 6000. Call 964-4133 after 6 reason just can't fish any mar. I6tt.Lonestar FRIDAY ONLY Four families, family
    Fla. GREAT
    964-6766 Homes Beautiful of N. clothing, housewares, a bit of COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: 301 N. by Powell's Dairy
    6/5 with 50 HP motor fully electric
    1976 p m.HONDA Itpd CIVIC, Good Troniporta- and a brand new trailer less than 600 W* will Increate tell you the how value to of avoid that home.(tab.and | everything 401 N. Cherry St. 1 Itchg 6/5 Freeze. 200 ft. on Hwy 301 approx. 1.61 acres, 125000.

    tlon. Runt good. 964-9999 after 5 p.m. mil... 16 ft. fiberglass no motor except 5/1TF your 3 FAMILY YARD SALE 2 big days, Friday. Owner would consider financing.

    Itpd 6/5 lectrlc.Shell Can b* sn at 6/12 John Torod. I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT In my home, June 6 St.and behind Saturday Pest June Control.7. 127 8 a.m.til N.Water .. FOR DEVELOPMENT: Nine beautiful acres from Starke Golf &
    Station. 6/5 2tpd
    doyt. 964.7321.6/5 2tchg 6/12 4 p.m. Clothes for men and women Country Club to Flume Road Hi and dry with pretty trees,
    HOMES LAWN SERVICE reasonable rates. Most bedspread. potted plants, stuffed toys, $49,000.
    FOR SALE LAND FOR SALE lawns $15. Phone 964.4238.5/8 TF tools, lots of utensils and assorted
    USE YOUR
    Will BUILD 10x12 SUNDECK with rails, Items. Cancel if rain. Itpd 6/5 IMAGINATION: 20.16 acres $50,000 owner

    steps, $399. Also screened. porch., MOVING SALE Thursday and Friday Only finance 3 wells 2 septic tanks small barn tool shed 2 temp.
    THREE BEDROOM BRICK horn, CH/A 2 ACRI LOTS Pleasant Grov. S.ttl.m.nt. utility sheds, etc. 4962452. 5/22 3tpd Air compressor Industrial battery poles property can be divided Into 2 tracts each with well &
    bath., IR/DR flrcplac, breokfott $3.500., $350 dn., $70 p.r mo. Call 6/5 charger Shp motor and edger beds,
    tank $27,000 each.
    room game room. 560 Glendole St. 9645606. 1/03 Hn BABYSITTING IN MY HOME. Mon-Frl. must septic .
    9M.5 68. 3/13 TF ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY during the day." Lunch & Snack. provided. Moving.riding mower 368 N. Everything Cherry St., 9645327.go. 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner

    THREE BEDROOM 1 bath horn with ROADi $3.000 no down payment $70 For more Information call 9647387. Itpd 6/5 will finance 82322. A smart Florida investment.

    garage, central air & hat. Appraised per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn 5/29 2tpd 6/5 YARD SALE 327 N. Clark St., behind DAIRY QUEEN: 89900. Approx. 169' 301.
    on Hwy. Bldg. being
    at 36000. Will take 29500. Ph. LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after FOR LITTLE GIRLS ONLY. I will keep your First Church. 9-6 Saturday
    964-7076 or 964-8747. 6/5 2tpd 6/12 5, call 944.5251.3/07 tfn little girl age 4-6. Country ate 8 Sunday.Baptist Clothes, furniture p.m. other sold "as is", approx. 1696 sq. ft. Also 12,700 sq. ft. paved for

    THREE BEDROOMS bath CH/A calling I 3/4 ACRES off 227. 4000. $200 down, mesphete.> Breakfast Lunch 2 snacks.Call Items. Itpd 6/5 parking.

    font, 15X15 family room patio pecan $75 per month. 964-5506. 5/8TF 9648549. 5/29 4tchg 6/19 YARD SALE 304 N. Orange St., June 6,
    ft shade trees, large corner lot. Double 2 1/4 ACRES CR 18. Hampton. Pecan NEED ENERGY NOW Have natural pro 8:30: a.m. Furniture, drapes. plants, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A HOME I
    carport extras. Walking dlttanc pear persimmon tr.... Will accept duct that Increases energy, alertnessand wiring and more. 1 Itpd 6/5 THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome

    tchoolt and town. Saratoga Hit., any reasonable offer 9647559. 5/29 stamina. One month supply tablet THREE FAMILY YARD SALE: Saturday, brick & cedar home on 37Vi acres 4 BR 2V> bath plus a nice I
    Stark Apptt. 36900. Chaplain Red 4tpd 6/19 $13.75. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ship June 7, Rd. 18, 1 mile from 301. Hampton
    ding. 964-7561. 6/5 2tpd 6/12 20 ACRESi Off For.yth Rd. with 2 Br. anywhere. ((813)) 8731506. VISA Lake. Starts 9 a.m. Itpd 6/5 barn $133,000'SUPERBLY .

    ,: BRICK HOME on 3 1/2 ocr., CH/A, paddle trailer Phone 964-6471 or 475.1338 MASTERCARD TELECHEK lean 86.'M YARD SALE 1430 E. Call St. 2 families DESIGNED & CONSTRUCTED RESIDENCE: Finest i

    fan paneling and carpet after 6 p.m. 5/8 tfnMOBILE ROOF COATINGS Summer special Saturday June 7, 9 a.m. til. Luggage materials & craftsmanship. Distinctive 2 story cedar at the I

    throughout. Screened porch. barn slnglewlde from $135. Doublewld framed pictures, small appliances club with 3120 ft. 3 BR 2'bath lot125'xl80' I
    pecan and fruit treet, many .,,'ra.. HOMES from $160. Full year against leaks. clothes sz. 12-14, Including evening. country approx. sq. ,
    Coll for Appt. 96.8970.6/5 2tpd 6/12 FOR SALE Relevellng your home. $50 plus any dresses. Itpd 6/5 Pella windows 30x22 garage, 7 yrs. old beautifully

    UP TO 1100 SQ. FT. Modular home, on materials. Call now and save. 964-4680 FLEA MARKET Sat., 9.5 p.m. Antiques, insulated, fireplace.

    your lot for a. little a. $28 per tq. ft. anytime. 6/5 4tchg 6/26 used furniture, trunks, much more. OWN YOUR OWN HOME: Owner financing. 615 N. Church St.,
    964-8124, atk for Fred. 6/5 4tchg 6/26 15 USED MOBILE HOMESt Make offer on WILL BABYSIT In my home Monday thru Behind 310 E. Call. The Ole Trunk.
    one or all. Olin' Mobil. Horn Sol... Friday. Infant on up. Call 9644640. Dealer Space available. 9648012. Itpd CB 3 BR I'/ bath approx. 1705 sq. ft., CH/A large garage

    REAL ESTATE 904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg Itpd 65WANTEDI 6/5 157'x105' lot fenced back yard. If you have $7,500 owner will

    1914 DESTINY MH with fireplace. 1 Someone to babysit In my YARD SALE Friday and Saturday June hold 1st mtg., reduced to $45,000.
    OUT OF AREA and Take over home for 9 month old baby. Lit.houseke.peing. *
    Bedroom more. 67. Four families Depression. glass,
    OH TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRY! Twelve acres with
    flexible
    Call 782.3358 after 6 Hours ,
    payments. p.m. collectibles. chain saw movie camera
    LAND FOR SALEt Mountain land byowner 3/20 TF references required. 964-4467 Itchg 6/5 pots, pant, dishes, tome furniture, home approx. 2900 sq. ft., 4 BR, 2 ba barn workshop pole

    $100 down owner fin, 2-acr 1913 FLEETWOOD MH 14x70 3 BR, 2 Ba, SISTER SOPHIE RAYLENE, Spiritual more. 9 a.m.tll ? 842 W. Lafayette St. barn ((31x42)), fenced and cross-fenced, variety of fruit trees,
    tub reader and advisor all of
    cathedral ceiling garden exc. on problems 65GARAGE
    nice Itpd 85000.
    tract vlewt .a.y access private cond. Pay-off only. Call 964-4037 or life love and marriage. For problemsor
    bldg. sites, I hour North Marietta, SALE Saturday Saratoga Hts., -A GOOD BUY-MINT CONDITION: 321 N. Myrtle 2417
    964-4155 alter 6 5/15 4tpd 6/5 questions, call 7823125. 1 Itpd 6/5 approx.
    p.m. 1378 Blanding St., house. Furniture -
    green
    635.7654.fcan Georgia. Call J36163COMMERCIAL((404)) 276-2681 ((404)) LAND TRAILER 3 Br., 2 Ba., 12 X 72, RellaaTeMoblle I Home Repair-Repairs of clothing toys, misc. items.. Itpd sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 ba. CH/A reduced to $49,000.

    new 31/2 ton central air/heat carpet all types Painting, cool sealing, 6/5 NOT TOO BIG--NOT TOO SMALL! 319 N. St. Clair St., neat.
    on ,,1.06 acres on. CR 16W. 16000. I pressure washing; re-flooring skirting 36000.
    PROPERTY Good rental property currently rentedfor leveling and window sealing. Call
    MOTORCYCLES SO NICE TO COME HOME TOI! Rd. 230A
    RENT/LEASE $250 monthly. Ph. 9648970. 6/5 anytime, 4963462. 25 years exprlnc a family delight.
    2tpd 6/12 *. 5/1 Stpd. 6/19 38000.

    1983 YAMAHA RIVA with 2 helmets. THE PERFECT SECOND HOME: Hall Lake with 2 BR guest house
    NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call 4 Thompson SCHOOLSSEMI LOSTFOUNDFOUND Good gas mileage, $500. Must Sell.
    dock and covered dock patio clear water for swimming and
    Streets. : 2 story masonry building. 964.6877. Itpd 6/5
    Clyde W. Simpson, 356.6849.10TF DRIVER TRAINING Earn big bucks :WALKER DOG Identify and pay fishing. Budget priced at 40000. Owner financing.

    3 RETAIL STORES for least, Highway 301 drive big truck. D.O.T Certification.Local ., for ad. 431-1241 Raiford. Itpd 6/5 WALK TO EVERYTHING !11032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1 /2 bath large
    ,
    South. 473-3627 or 964-8848. 5/8TF and national lob placement ._- lot $43,000. You'll love to call this home. I
    INCOME PRODUCING property: on.
    4 BR, one 3-BR, on. 1-BR haul. all for assistance. Correspondence/resident HOUSE TO RENT.TERWILLEGARA .
    for financial
    training. Eligible Institution
    100000. 315 N. Walnut St., Stark, aid guaranteed student loans. Call TRADITION IN REAL ESTATE FOR OVER 15 YEARS I j
    Ph. 9648404. 9/29 6/12
    3tchg Roberts Real Estate
    1 ((800)) 2828165. UNITED TRUCK

    MASTER. Resident training: Tampa. .... ;
    Florida fcan 86-160 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL

    .. 964.6262

    Tim's Custom Cabinets .
    ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. rao ;

    COMMERCIAL Successful service station on'US 301 New Construction Remodeling

    50000. Call Today I Cabinet *Tile Ceiling

    '' "z .ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only Free Estimates

    75000. Owner terms possible. Call Tim Thompson

    [B [ 964.50651 .,, 38000.-CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath, central heat & air. 10. 964-4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves rF


    640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly
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    DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000.

    OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. & PINE BARK



    ocated on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE You pick-up or We deliver

    Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery
    George W. Robert. Jr. Broker

    964.6058 Evening CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING

    Terry A. Gaines, CSM Salesman/Appraiser
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    964-4101 Evening 964-6649
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    HANDY MAN SPECIAL- LOOKING FOR LOTS OF

    axte's Tj'1 I Br. with lots of room. Close SPACE: over 2500 ft. with 3

    bedrooms 3 baths and too
    to town. $17,600. many
    features to describe on 3 3/4
    PRESTIGIOUSNEIGHBORHOOD.I
    acres.
    .w 9fi4.45ZZ Located in WATERFRONT sand bottom

    area of other lovely homes this
    ." .".':i; I ....-.. STARKE. FL.; r lake w/nice mobile home.
    '1. t. 4 .
    >\ 3 BR 2 Ba is lot with
    .... .;/1. ::' South 301. Plaza. on a corner Ready to move into. 25500.

    ,. "5 many amenities. Super nice. A HOME THAT DARES TO BEOpen
    1 '
    OLD FLORIDA CHARM 3 Br.
    .. -s. Mon thru Fri. :
    DIFFERENT: situated on 2 acres.
    R/
    45.6SMZANNE
    J .OPEN HOUSE 905 W. Madison St.. Saturday June 7.11) a.m.-4 p.m. Come I.SO *.m. to 5:30 p.m. R.s. 1U-7333 Home. Like pecan trees? 621 1700 ft. featuring 3BR's, 2 Ba's,

    I i set this unique home over 4500 tq. Its of living area with many extra features. Set. V ..m. to 4 p.m.Appraisal KITCHENS.'' Need I lots of room? Approx. 7 .
    liv kit
    t den rm, din. rm, dbl insulated
    acres. With neat 2 BR Home.
    *GREAT STARTER HOMSt 2/1 partly furnished nice 1 ac. lot. windows rng., ref rg,
    CLOSE IN LOCATION
    *12,000 DOWN can get you a duplex In town. : DW CH&A dble carport
    *FRAME HOME 2/1 frame home on 325 X 120 $32.000. for Recldence Farm Commercial Busines spacious 3 BR 2V4 bath 2 wI bldg. Sale
    storage priced at
    *TWO FURNISHED MOBILE HOMESt with owner fine termt open. e Your Full Service- Real Estate_ OffUe fireplaces CH/A, formal DR & $73.200. Add'l avail.

    i INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY Broiler larm with 40 or 80 acres, very comfortable HIGH POTENTIAL: 269 LR, many amenities in this Im acreage
    hay barn COMMERCIAL CORNER *CLOSE TO EVERYTHING: 3 BR.
    house and Ig. beautiful swimming pool. Workshop pecan maculate home with
    I trees and po.tur..O acres and. all this loi $198,000 or all this with 80 acres for Serious Investors: Take Notice! acres with possibilities acreage. 2 BA. with approx. 1800 sq. ft.
    1900 f.f. SR *A SOLID INVESTMENT
    galore. Over on : a
    260000. of living area. See It, you'll love
    *TWO FOR THI PRICE OF ONE Two from houses on city lot. Great lor rental 16. approx. 3900 ft. adjoining world of enjoyment in this 4 BR, Itt I
    SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit
    rental
    Income. Starke Golf and Country 2 Ba, Fm Rm, Llv. rm., Din. Rm.,
    EXCLUSIVE HOME available Golfvlew at the country club. Two story 5 Br.3 complex, full occupancy firm and FOR LEASE OR SALE: 3BR 2
    Club. Timber valued at over sewing rm. more within
    Ba. home with pool. Many extras. Call for appointment. Price at an cash down payment required. baths on 2 acres. CH/A,
    2400 ft.
    Priced at $73,000.
    J13LOQO sq.
    unbelievable value CORNER SR 18 & 301 14.87 w/fireplace. Near FSP and
    *A SPECIAL lot comes with this 2 Br. e/b In convenient location. Perfect lor' ,"" acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 19 Owner Financing LOOK ME OVER I Call for app,. Lawtey Correctional 49900.
    retired with well to see beautiful 3 BR 2 home
    newlyweds or couple. 49 Acre Ba IN
    mi. to Gvllle. CITY ON 2 ACRES: 3 BR 2

    2 ACRES on S. 301 with 200 ff. Septic tank Hwy. Frontage formal LR DR, FR w/fireplace, ba, eat-In kit., great room car
    William D.TIHln.lI.oltor.President large kitchen. In city, best loca
    EDWARDS RD.i Adjoining port, owner fin. 51500.
    Susan Faulkner,Realtor"* "04' Wehavewat.rfrontlof., ton(
    REALTOR ASSOCIATES Bradford Sq., 64x150 I with *5 ACRE MINI-FARM: Land in

    Irene L. Faulkner '.....142 Douglas Conner 94410 \ building. building lot, mobile home LAKEWOOD AREA: Executive pasture, 3 BR, 2 Ba, super kit-
    .. Russell 473-794 lot. In all ar.as home in exclusive area Crosby
    louts Young '* .7525 Marty ONE ACRE PLUS: commer- chen $71,900.
    Lucille Spry '*...1420 Karen Adams 94-4002 1 cJal/lndust., S. 301 area in city. lake access. Quality construction.

    Debbie Tool. 949 Bobby Blggt 94-7331 i r CONVENIENCE STORE LOCATION 4 BR, 2 Ba, many
    '
    I City living Br., 2 Ba. amenities.
    COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL : 1 Acre on corner of 16 W
    Rental.Available Rd, Large I lot 100 X 115, only We invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
    and Pleasant Grove .
    REALTOR ASSOC. $27,000. Thinking of Buying or Selling? Callus,
    Carol Warner
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    FOR SALE FOR SALE NOTICE FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUSPACK FOR SALE.

    MELROSE AREA 1 BR furnished mobile '- RAT Buy sell and trade collectible PIANO FOR SALE Wonted: Responsibleparty
    BRADFORD LIMEROCK SEVERAL ITEMS: 9" Craftsman radial' saw CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub home with porch large living room, Items and antiques. Used furniture to assume small monthly
    SALES $100; 9" Craftsman table saw $80; matted to the Bradford County $170 and deposit. New 2 BR, $220. glassware jewelry and much more. payments on piano. See locally. Call
    llmerock I Fill Dirt 1973 Yamaha dirt bike $125; 14.5 BTU Telegraph office In writing and paid In 1.684.6634.5/15 tfnchg Come see for yourself. One mile east Credit Manager 18004474266. 3tpd
    20 yd. semi-loads only air conditioner $125. 9645445. Itpd advance unless credit Is already WEEKLY House on crystal clear Silver of Keystone Heights on Highway 100 5/22.6/5

    Phone 782-3172 5/231fchg 6/5 established with this office Lake. Modern 2 BR on one acre, AC 4732183. 5/0 tfnchg PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsible
    STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at OKRA, 1/4 bushel bushel or pound; THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE pool table $350 week 247.1604 or RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP. party to assume small monthly
    Doublewlde Home Center located Also pole beans 9646528. tpd 6/5 HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 4732440. 4tpd 5/15-6/5 Needs spring and summer clothing payments on Spinet/Console piano
    North on 301 Lawtey Fla. (this Is not POP UP CAMPER: needs work. $500. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 2 BR 1 BA Mobile home, large living fowl! I 11 i Open Tuesday through Satur Can be seen locally. Write: (Include
    Mailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg 964.4272 before: 2 p.m. and after 5 p.m THE TELEPHONE. room A/C, close to town. Available day 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Highway 21 North phone number) Credit Manager P.O.
    FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for Itpd 65SLIGHT Classified deadline Is TUESDAY June 1. $235 month Call 473-2730.( 5/22 Keystone Heights. Call 473.3106 for Box 520 Beckemeyer IL 62219. 3tchg
    sale at Ollns Home Center located on PAINT DAMAGE Flashing arrow NOON prior to Thursday publication. tfnchg time to leave items. 5/8 tfnchg 5/296/12
    Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer signs $2831 Lighted non-arrow $2631 Minimum charge Is 15 words for $2.75 LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly mon ROOF COATING Single wide from FORD 4000 TRACTOR 6 ft. heavy duty
    furniture .6/13 tfnchg Nonllghted $2371 Free letters! Full factory then 10 cents for each word thereafter thly efficiency apartments, 1 a- 2 BR, $135; double wide from $160. One year bush hog and equipment trailer.
    INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS, warranty. Only few left. See local call 4732919. 5/22 Ifnchg guarantee against leaks. Call now and 473.7656 after 7 p.m. 4tchg 6/5.26
    custom made & Installed. Homer ly. 1 ((800)) 4230163. anytime. Icon 2 BR LAKEFRONT Furnished swimmingand save Free estimates 964-4680 FURNITURE SALE Cedar closet oak
    Beautiful, of N. Fla., 96 4.6764.5/TF 86.159 HELP WANTED skiing. $250 a week plus $100 anytime, 7 days. 4tchg 6/5.26 china cabinet console stereo end
    PIANO FOR SALE! WANTED: responsible 14 FT. BOAT with trailer $300.1976 Pan. deposit. 4733856. 6/5 tfnchg tables and lamps, more 473-7507.( Itpd
    party to assume small monthly Hoc Trans "Am excellent cond. $2800. EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS:
    6/5
    payments on piano. See locally. Call Ph. 964-6245. Itchg 6/5 needed at Whispering Pines Cora Ctr. TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes. Across REAL ESTATENorth 1971 LTD 4 DOOR $2000; Whirlpool
    credit, manager 1 800-447-4266.. 5/22 Coll Susan Cook 964 6220. I2/5TF from lake. $155. Partially furnlshod. refrigerator $100. Both In good condi
    65PIANO SALES POSITION: Must have sales 4737560. 2/13 Carolina
    3tpd FOR RENT experlence. Mr. Phillips 20tpd 6/26 tion. 4734259. Itpd 6/5
    FOR SALE Wanted Call 964 5606. Ollns Mobile Mountains
    : responsible
    OAK SOFA love seat and chair, $500; 2end
    ONE ACRE located In the
    Homes IFHAIRSTYLIST mountains,
    to small
    party assume
    monthly
    MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK Lost good large trees this tables, $30 each or $50 for both;
    payments on spinet/console piano. : Florida Licensed. Must access covers
    book each 3 bar stools
    shelves $25
    Can be seen locally. Write: (Include Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. have following. Good benefits, Busy tract. Owner needs to sell. $6500 pay ;
    SI 00 REWARD I Black male Labrador, $25 each; king size bed with frame
    phone number) Credit Manager., P.O. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone shop. Halrplanes, 9644645. 2/20 TF $1000 down assume loon
    dark linens sofa
    mixed spots on tongue Lost Nov. headboard and $150;
    Box 520 Beckemeyer. IL 62219 1 618 964.7498.916 tfn GOVERNMENT JOBS: $16.040 to
    7 SR-100 and Immokalee Rood. $75. Coll 473.3343 after 6,1
    sleeper Itpd
    on .
    594.4280 5/29 3tchg 6/12 EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apart. 59230yr. Now hiring Call CHALET 3 bedroom 2 bath two
    BODYTONE 500 ROWING MACHINE ments. Electricity Included. Low weekly 805.687 6000 ext R-5504 for current Answers to "Minor 473-7162. 5/8 levels, one mile from town, lovely setting 6/5 and
    with full
    BEDROOM SUITE
    mattress
    blond new must sell. 15 different exercises monthly rates. Palms Apartments, federal list 5, I 8tpd 6/19 tfnchg large deck overlooking mountains box and
    $100 negotiable Olympus 2314 N. Temple Ave. tfn EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest excellent location. Built-in springs, $300; king mattress

    OM. 10 35MM camera 50MM lens, T-20 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 clean cut A MUST! References required HELP WANTEDOFFICE cabinets, very private. All for $55,000 box 4734846.springs 6/5 with frame $200. .

    Electronic flash case and strap $100. BA apt. For more Information call Lake possible $25.000 first year. Ap pay $5000 down assume loan. G.E. WASHER Itchg. $200; Maytag dryer
    negotiable, must sell. 533.2676 or Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity ply D 8 S Motors 207 N. Temple No SUPPLY SALESPERSON. Prefer t50'refrigerator
    $100 Amana Microwave $
    964 5979. 5/29 2tpd 6/5 Housing 6/7 tfnchg phone calls. 4/3TF retired person to sell In Keystone TWO ACRES Short distance from Murphy ; 6/5
    FLASHING ARROW SIGNS-From only COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now DEPUTY CLERK Position' with Clerk of the Heights area. Must be familiar with good garden spot ready to buildon. $100.473.4846. Itchg
    J285'! NON-ARROW MODELS (lighting available at C&C Mini Storage. 12 ft. Court. Switchboard typing some computer community. For more Information contact Owner sold sell $9800 pay $1800
    optional' ) from only $195. Letters In. ceilings. liQhts: power new reduced operation. Available June 12. John Miller 964.6305. tlnchg. assume loan. HOUSES FOR SALEBY
    cluded. Visa/Mastercard accepted. rates. 964.8848. 1/9TF Apply to Job Service of Florida
    Warranty. ORDER TODAY. Reliable ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia Hotel $8 9648092. 6/5 1 tchg NOTICE These are a few of over 2000 listings.We OWNER Year old. 37900. One
    Signs 1-(800)-531-5314( ) fcan 86.162 per night. From $35 per week. Discount CLERICAL nosy mall handling work. Excellent have all types of property from bedroom one bath, central H&A, fenced -

    RCA COLOR TV 25". remote, walnut offered for longer term. Apply In person pay no experience required. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted $700 per acre and up. We have small yard many extras. Call 4737380.
    Cabinet reg. $749. Balance due $338 or Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across Don't wait call now 9647222. 5/59 tracts We also have several cabins, Itpd 65REMODELED
    the Lake Monitor office
    122' mo. Free delivery. Call from Post Office. TF 2tchg 65EXCELLENT to Region houses old farms, etc. Write or call today 2 BR 1 BA on 2.5 acres 4
    1 725.1997.6'5 4tpd 6/26 LARGE 2 BR, 1 both house with CH/A, INCOME for part time home in writing .and paid In advance for a free listing brochure. You can miles S. of Starke. $34,000 owner
    unless credit establishedwith
    MICROWAVE OVEN: Tappan left In stove and refrigerator. Suitable for assembly work.' }For Info call this office.MONITOR .r already call free by dialing 18004387421. finance 473.3067 after.6 p.m 1 tpd 6/9
    layaway Still in box. Balance $238 or couple or small family. $350 month. 504-641-8003 ext 9579. 5/2 4tchg 6/12 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Write or call loday.Ch.rok.e. FURNISHED 2 BR house In Starke, or
    $15'! mo. Free delivery. Call Call 964-7826 3/13TF WANTED, Person to live In for room and Land Co. rent with option. Newly renovated.
    RESPONSIBLE FOR
    MISTAKES IN
    I 725.1997.6/5 4tpd 6/26 APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Newly board small salary. Phone 7823372 Murphy NC 28906 Corner lot. 24000. 9645970. 2tpd
    CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
    fARMALL CUB TRACTOR with some decorated, everything furnished. Laundry alter 1 p.m. Itpd 6/5 THE TELEPHONE. Btpd 4/17-6/5 6/5.12

    oquipment $2200. Ph. 782.3167 after 5 facilities Included. Video room TRUCK DRIVER Full.time employment Classified deadline is Tuesday noon CARS TRUCKS
    ,
    available. Will accept one child no benefits YARD SALEFRI.
    pm Itpd 65VVOODSPLITTER good Must hove good driving to Thurtday publication.
    pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. record and homo number. prior & BOATS
    : needs work. $100. phone ApplyIn .
    Minimum charge Is 15 words for $3 50,
    782.3167. after 5 p.m. Itpd 6/5 ., Starka 32091. 5/1 TF porson only no phone calls. Griffin then 15 cents for each word thereafter. SAT. & SUN. 21 N. 3.2 miles on CR
    SEVERAL ITEMS: 2 refrigerators, $100 HOUSE FOR RENT, located on 100 A. Edwards Industries SR 221 Stork. Itchg 6/5 1981 MERCURY Lynx, door hatchback.pow.r 352. Odds and ends, 2 cars, motorcycleand
    and $125 two freezers, $100 and $150: Loop. $350 1st and lost. 964-5606. JUST SELL IN THIS NEW YEAR II clothes. Itpd 6/5
    PERSONAL SERVICES steering, brakes, AC
    couch chair and ottoman, $100; 5/8TF HELP US WERE SWAMPED I power FRIDAY & SATURDAY June 6 8 from 8
    lerlmer, $65, china cabinet $150. Ph. ONE BEDROOM APT. for rent clean We have hundreds of families In the digital bank loan clock value stereo 2820., two-tone Will, sacrifice paint a.m. Postmasters Village SR 214 andHutchlnson
    <>64-4127. Itpd 6/5 quiet 830 N. Temple Ave., Houck Stark. area who have sent for information FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING Road. Itpd 6/5
    best offer.
    $2,200 or 473.7618.Itpd 6/5
    VEGETABLES FOR SALE: Shelly beans Apts. 964-4296. 5/22 4tpd 6/12 from us regarding the purchase of Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Joe 1979 FORD F-100 Custom. '85 model 302 MOVING SALE Friday 8 Saturday. 9 til ?
    and black-eye peas, $12/bushel pick. SMALL TRAILERS for rent by month 1 or ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA. No can. 4732521. 5/1.29 tfnchg New tires and chrome Three miles west of Keystone on 100
    engine. sports
    ed Ready Friday 6/6. Zipper peas 2 adults only. No pets Deposit re vassing required no collection no NEED TYPING DONE? Reasonable, efficient I. wheels PS stereo AC midnight turn left at Keystone Oaks, then rightat
    available, later. 964.6524 after 5 p.m. quired. <8494.. STARKE KOA KAM- delivery of merchandise Just 3 orders computer printout letter quality. metallic blue. $2500 firm. 4737618. first graded road. Yard sale signs
    All day Saturday. Itod 6/5 PGROUND 301 South. 5/15TF earn you up to $827 GROSS COMMISSION Call 473.4648 and leave message. Will, will be posted. Furniture kitchen stuff
    NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum. FOR RENT 1 1BR furnished home; Breaker for the woek. Call 17330477. return call. tfnchg 3/27 1981 DATSUN King Cab Pick-up. 5 toys, etc. Itpd 6/5
    Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Greatfor area. $175 mo. plus deposit. 485.1564 Full fringe benefits. 6/5 3tchq 6/19 CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extrac speed good tires, AM/FM cassette, MOVING SALE Little of everything antlques -
    patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH after 6pm weekdays. 5/29 2tpd 6/5 FULL SERVICE BOOKKEEPER with computer lion& truck mounted equipment.C one owner good condition. $2500. cabinets bargains. 1 block N.
    135' W. Coll St. 964.6305. FURNISHED 1 Br. 1 Adult. $175. Phone experience Send resume, and 8 B CARPET CLEANING 4/5-2514. 2tpd 6/5.12 of Clay Electric Mailman Road

    COPY MACHINES: Canon-for rent or 964 8404. Itchg 6/5 salary requirements to Bookkeeper Keystone Heights 473.7770 LAND FOR SALE Fri.-Sun. Itpd 6/5
    sale Canon home copier $799; Canon THREE BEDROOM house porch two P.O. Drawer A. Starke, Florida.

    horn or office copier. $999, Canon office miles In country. 964.5232 days or Replies In strict confidence.MISCELLANEOUS, Half off on Scotchguord .
    LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. $13,500.
    copier, 1399. Rent to own for as 964.6849. Itchg 6/5 9tchg 51.626HANDYMAN
    iMle as $45 per month OFFICE SHOP HOUSE FOR RENT) Partially furnished SERVICE yard work, Owner will finance. $164! per month.

    I 110 W. Call St., Starke. 964-5764. 2/21 house, 3 miles North off 301. Call after garden roto-tilling, chain saw work 473.4367.5/8 tfnchg '*
    'fn 5pm. 4737093. Itpd 6/5 tree trimming and removal trash hauling LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One ( -
    ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month.No 3 BEDROOM APARTMENT: upstairs, kitchen HEY I GOT AN EXTRA BOAT OR TRUCK I any kind of odd job repair and acre wooded lot. 17500. Call 473.7162 liX
    down payment. Coll 9646946. tIn furnished. $200 per month plus need them II you buy the materials, I'll maintenance. Call 473-3321. 5/15 after 5. 3/27 tfnchq
    MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low asS $100 d:>posi!. Ph. 9644990. 6/5 2tchg build you a shed, sundock. or whateverIn tfnchg fp e.
    14 99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn 6/12 trade. 496.2452 Itpd 6.5 PRESSURE WASHING Houses mobile, Shop Compare l 11 I
    AM, FM/CASSETTE RECORDER with FURNISHED APARTMENT, Including FREE KITTENS: Port Persian solid black homes pools, decks, sidewalks. Free
    detachable speakers (Jam box), Sears, utilities. Tackle Box, 341 N. Temple and black/white' ph 964 6650. Itpd estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 5/15 Special Insurance for Have you ever wished that you
    like', new. only $85. 7823660. |1m TF Ave 1 tpd 6/5 6/5 tfnchg Mobile Home Parks were In a position to own 0 swimming -
    FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale. 3 ROOM APARTMENT Newly remodeled LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. All types of homeowners pool but weren't sure that you
    360/390 4bbl manifold, motors, C-6 & 2nd floor $135 a month. 964.8498 Call The Lawn Barber 473.3590. Free policies for could afford such a luxury? Well

    FMX transmissions, rear ends, etc.. 6/5 tfn The Singles Estimates. 5, 15 tfnchg mobile homes. having YOUR OWN pool doesn't re
    miscellaneous body parts, fires & mag TWO BEDROOM HOUSE: clean security WILL DO SITTING or housecleaning Call for Quote quire a fortune anymore! With the
    wheels Gary 9648569. 3/20 TF deposit required. Call 9646166. Itchg ConnectionStop anytime References available Call modern construction techniques and
    FIBERGLASS DOG BOX: for fullsize fleet- 6/5 4732218. 3tchg 5/29-6/12 Olin's Mobile the standardized plans that Dynamic
    side pickup. $75. 9645812.TFce RENTALS AVAILABLE) $150 per month being lonely and blue PRESSURE WASHING Trailers ore our Pools has to offer you can have the

    CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: 'I, ton anything you and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker. by joining Lakeside Singles specialty 475-3116 4tehg 6/5.2b Home Sales pool of your dreams for a lot less
    Owner at 964-5065 or 96 needAxles front auto FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING -
    or rear than think.
    transm., transfer cases, 2 different CLEAN MOBILE HOMES) for rent On Club, Rt. 2, Box 530, Hampton House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling Elaine M. Olin, Agent you
    types, spring lift blocks, big U bolts Highway 16 W Close to prison. Fl. 32044. Ser/ice for all your foundation Prices Start At
    Call 964.5812. TFce 964-7530 or 468-1323.10/10 Tfchg repairs 4/3 7721 6/5 tfnihg 964-5606 TF.
    ANTIQUES: Haviland china crystal FURNISHED: weekly and monthly rates. $5,900;

    jewelry Lionel train set trunks, collectibles Variety of rentals free maintenanceand r. I -- .e...- il-ll iM miMi" M
    household furniture etc. lawn care Jo-Lu Motel & MH Park. 4. INSTALLED

    Brown's Used Furniture 110 E. Call St.,. 964.8BI0.4/17TF BULLDOZER WORK WANTED Janet M. \C
    Starke. 5/15 4tchg 6/5 FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile r THIS WEEK ONLY I

    FRESH VEGETABLES FOR SALE-Silver homes Inside city weekly & monthly.JO Call 964-5606 StarlingRealtor Extra $300 OFF
    ((904))
    Queen corn squash beans, LU Motel & MH Pork. 964-8810. 6/5

    cucumbers and etc... Ph. 9647550. TF With a variety of sizes and shapesto
    5 29 31chg 6/12 TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. semi 'COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Starke.'a.ge choose from there's a beautiful
    AIR CONDITONER: 22.500 btu white $150 plus $75 deposit No pets corner lot, 2 bldgs. currently Dynamic pool that's |lust right for
    old. Excellent 9648071. 6/5 2tpd 6/12 .. rented 50000.
    1 1/2 -
    Westinghouse yrs. --- your home AND your budget. This
    Condo $350. Call 431.1320 alter 5 p.m. ONE BEDROOM 1 Ba. furnished apart. 02 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home, $29,900. reliable Fla. State Certified Contractor
    Itpd 6/5 ment newly carpeted $185 month. ATTENTION: WOMEN AND MEN HOUSE: U MOVE: Make offer will take care of everything from
    FORD JUBILEE TRACTOR and 5 ft. ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. Realtor SALES MANAGEMENT TRAINEESIf REDUCED TO $39,900: 1.8 ACRES design and Installation to

    mower $650 as is. 1964 Datsun AT 964.5065 Itchg 6/5 with older home, beautiful pecan ..
    AC low miles $1295. Ph. 4734508. TWO BEDROOM Furnished apartment. you want an opportunity that comes rarely In a person's lifetime then trees arranging.100% with
    1 6/5 $145 month ERA Tiffin & Owens, Inc. owe it to yourself to investigate. Financing
    tpd you 015 ACRES Older
    Realtor : home and DW NO DOWN PAYMENTNo
    964.5065 6/5
    TWO ITEMS: large chest freezer runs Itchg If f communicator/Career/ Minded. mobile home
    trailer WE WOULD LIKE TO MANAGE your ren 1. I you are a good 47500. Monthly PaymentFor
    hitch perfectly, Includes$200. ALSO bars Reese and mirrors, tale Residential or Commercial. Call 2. Neat appeal fince/Highly/ Motivated. 11.9 ACRES: 1 Well 3 septic tanks, 90 DaysTo

    $150. Ph. 964.5997 sway Itpd 6/5 ERA Tiffin & Owens, Inc. Realtor 3. Aggressive with outgoing personality. pond pole barn. $33,500 moire your new pool a beauty of
    PA SYSTEM PA 9645065. Ask for Carol Warner Itchg 4. Prefer over 22 (or responsible). 0 5 ACRES: $12.500; 10 ACRES summer fun Phone Anytime Dally 8
    : Complete Peavy
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    system P.A. 400 head 2 speaker 6/5 5. High school graduate minimum, with four years full time working 25000. Excellent Terms. a.m.to 8 p.m. or Saturday & Sunday 9 ,
    cabinets w/four 12" speakers and hornin ONE BEDROOM 1 Ba. Home. CH8A, (sales)experience or college degree. 04 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. a.m. to 5 p.m.
    each cabinet. Kustom Monitor carpeted stove & refrig. Call ERA Tiffin, 6. Must be out of town 5 nightspqr week. VERY NICSi In lawtey. $5O.OOO.) ) 399-5685 l

    cabinet with I I. 12" speaker. All for & Owens Inc. Realtor. 964-5065 llchg National corporation has immediate openings for mature, professional 50 Ac50000.
    $575. Ph. 4962381. Itpd 6/5 6/5 sales-orlented women and men that need to earn $18,000.00 and up per ((904)' ) 7I2.393iP.O. k"
    MOTOR HOME: 1977 Micro-Mini Toyota TAKING APPLICATIONS: for 2 Br. Mobile year, (salary plus commission). $200.00 per week while In training with [ Drawer SPAS I
    Chassis 4 speed trans $4500 home, large private lot, shade trees, 2 motel expenses car allowance and corp. benefits. 301 S. fowtey Portable & In round
    negotiable. Itpd 6/5 miles from Starke. $185 month plus Retail jewelry cosmetic telephone sales or marketing/teaching/ ---..-- ......... ,. ... 1
    H1de bed sofa & $100 security. 964-6479 after 5 p.m. and homemakers now free to travel. GREAT CAREER .. t
    SEVERAL ITEMS helpful .
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    loveseat $225; glass dinette $200; Responsible adults only. Itpd 6/5 REENTRYOPPORTUNITYI!
    recliner $45, black podded bar $50: FREE CABLE WITH HBO when you rent a For personal interview call John C. Hall's office TOLL FREE at SAVE $ $ With !
    twin bedroom suite complete $325; furnished or unfurnished one bedroom 1.800.543.5940 or 1.800.543.5921. Monday through Thursday, between 8:00: r
    complete queen suite $225: dresser apartment at 314 N. Temple Ave. In am7:00 p.m. ONLY also call Friday 9:00: a.m. 4:00: p.m. Call on or before F I
    mirrors $95; like new double bed $150: downtown Starke. All utilities are furnished Friday, June 12th. E.O.E M/F/ G e Homes Beautiful "
    dinette, $95; coffee & end tables $45; and no deposits are required. I 0'05 Ol1cl !
    washer $100 1 ; dryer $90; frost-free Weekly rates are from $50 to $65 and 1
    relrlg. $175. much more at 157 W. monthly rates are from $200 to $260. E.s'WINDOWS 9
    Brawnl.. St. tad 6/5 Coll 964-4262 days or 964-6566 eves or
    just drop by and see the residentmanager NOTICEThe
    I 7MM MAGNUM Golden Eagle. Never
    In apartment 6. tf 6/5 flTiltIn
    Fired. $425 Firm. J.T. Thomas, Also
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    Bradford County Sheriff's Office is accepting Siding Soffit & Fascia

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    applications for the position of Awning
    Carport Brick or Stone
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    Share Utility Bill with Other Tennants Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. No Down Payment j

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    I Rent from $100 Per Monthor PROFESSIONAL! SERVICES OFFERED J Many Sizes and Styles
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    Rent A Suite Of Offices With 4 Separate Offices ing and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality 964-8848 ,

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    stretcher & wheelchair fl',. II Rooms for Rent I award in Girl Scouting.
    Bradford I Congratulations to Kim Hampton,
    patients in Meshelle Lindsey, Sarah Douglas,
    & Clay Counties. ; j jI Melissa Hislop, Angela Parrish
    Nightly Weekly Monthly Youlonda Tyson,Eyvette Covington,

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    Career Exploration and Fashion,
    NOTICE : Fitness and Make-up. These! scouts
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    pinning the Cadettes were treated to
    lunch at the Red Lobster. They were
    OF accompanied by their leaders Joyce
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    nice, even if long, afternoon.
    Graduating Seniors from Gateway
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    Attending from Starke Senior
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    Pulse wipers, AC, visor mirror, 5 Dana Adkins, Marian Sutton, Kim

    speed, PS, lamp, luggage compt., Dukes, Shannon Abrams, Judy
    container load of sewing machines from one of the Nation's Largest Dukes, Laurie Mullins and Andrea
    tachometer, rear windshield Manufacturers scheduled to be shipped to an overseas dealer was Abrams. From Cadette Troop 520
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    ONE DAY ONLY! scouts earned a patch from Sea
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    614 also invited their parents to
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    firearms, jewelry and a VCR, thesheriff's and is being sought for the burglary, according to Patrolman John rested May 30 for violation of proba- Julius Edward Twine, 21,of Baker
    Held FaultlessBy tion for petit theft, according to Lt. for driv
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    is in the said Moore. Hodges. Harris was released after a County was arrested June
    department
    pro-
    Union County JuryJune cess of recovering the items. $100,75 cash bond was posted. Glen Moore. McCloud was released ing while license suspended (DWLS)
    after a $46.85 fine was paid. to
    Bond for Strickland and Powell Recent Arrests and improper tag, according
    2 a Lake Butler jury decided Sharon Diana Brown, 30, was arrested Patrolman Darrell Williams. Bond
    that two doctors and a hospital were was set at their$5,000 each, they were In Bradford CountyThe on two capias charging Luther Marvin Moody of Starkewas was set at $250, Twine was releasedon
    not at fault in the death of a three- released on own recognizance. following arrests were madein forgery of a bank check and utteringa arrested June 2 for disorderly his own recognizance.

    year-old girl. Bradford County by local forged bank check, according to intoxication, according to
    After a five-day trial a jury decided UCI Escapee FoundIn authorities. Investigator David Aderholt. Bond Patrolman Darrell Williams. Moody Burnell Andrew Holmes, 34, of
    neither the doctors nor the GainesvilleA was set at $1,000. Brown was released was released after a $100.75 cash Alachua wa arrested May 31 for

    hospital was negligent when they Willie Louis Smith,35,of Bradford on her own recognizance.James bond was posted. DWLS, according to Patrolman
    failed to diagnose the sickle-cell Union Correctional Institution County was arrested May 30 for aggravated Williams. Bond was set at $150, he
    disorder of the child, Donnita A. inmate who drove away from prison battery, acording to In- A. Keitel, 34, was arrested was released on his own
    Hicks. May 30 during a fund-raising car vestigator John Tilley. Bond was set May 31 for retail theft, according to Traffic Violations recognizance.
    Hicks died four years ago on the wash was arrested in Gainesville at 1,000, Smith was released on his Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Bond Tommy Allen Crumpton, 29, of
    day her 17-year-old mother broughther Saturday afternoon own recognizance.Mark was set at $100, he was released on Alachua was arrested May 29 for no Jimmy Ray Joyner of Waldo was
    to( Dr. I>te Felos in Starke and Inmate Arthur Gilbert, 30, was his own recognizance.Simon valid driver's license, according to arrested June 2 for DWLS and no
    then to Union County Hospital in located in an apartment complex in Lee Harris,26, was arrested Deputy Sammy Eunice. Crumptonwas tag, according to Patrolman Marc
    Lake Butler. The child was sufferingfrom the 600 block of Waldo Road. He was May 20 for disorderly intoxication. J. McCloud, 20, was ar ordered to pay a $100.75 fine. Devereaux Bond was set at $231.50.
    fever, nausea, vomiting and arrested by Gainesville police and
    weakness. returned to prison. L L ,,.,11II
    Family members charged that Gilbert used another prisoner'sname r.P.'N kp
    Felos and the hospital's emergencyroom tag to join a squad of inmate .-
    doctor Ellington Hardin,were members of the prison's Jaycee's ;"' .
    negligent in misdiagnosing her condition chapter. He went with them when <(
    and underestimating its they left the prison compound for a
    severity. weekly fund-raising car wash on "
    "THERE IS NO COMPARISON FOR PRICE..QUAUTY..SERVICE!
    Felos had prescribed medicine for prison property. Sometime around
    an apparent infection when the child 9:50 a.m. Gilbert drove away in awhile _
    was brought to his office on the mor- 1981 Chyrsler left at the car
    ning she died. That afternoon, after wash by a prison employee. '
    the child continued to weaken, fami- Gilbert is serving a 15yearsentence
    l h members took her to Union Count for armed robbery, grand NORMAN'SW
    t Hospital. Four hours later, after theft and a previous escape. He
    her condition continued to came to the prison system from :
    deteriorate, the child was taken to Palm Beach County.
    Shands Hospital in Gainesville. ,
    where i she was later pronounceddead
    Inmate Stabbed

    The defendants offered $30,000 asa Outside KitchenAn MTITY IlamRSlaVED

    pretrial settlement, but the family
    relused the offer and asked the jury argument outside a prison kit- 1 :
    chen May 28 ended when one inmate WE
    lor $400XH( )) ; SALE PRICES
    fatally stabbed another in the back
    with a kitchen knife, according to a ACCEPT GOOD THRU
    WED.. JUNE 11
    prison spokesman.
    1982 FSP Escapee Witnesses said an inmate kitchen
    Caught in AtlantaA worker argued with inmate Sandy FOOD "THE STORE THAT ELIMINATES
    Safford outside the southwest unit
    condemned murderer who kitchen at Union Correctional In- STAMPS THE WAREHOUSE & THE MIDDLEMAN"
    Florida State Prison in 1982
    I'soaped stitution. The inmate went inside,
    vi.is arrested by the FBI May 23 in returned with a kitchen knife and
    STARKE Steer
    (Across from Western )
    ,111 Atlanta apartment, where he had stabbed Safford once in the back.
    been living under an alias. Prison medical workers could findno U.S. sot South Phone 964-6071
    :Myron D. Fleming, 46, was arrested signs of life in Safford shortly
    at an apartment complex stabbing. He was
    after the 6:20: a.m. -Mfr
    where he had lived under the name 1i
    pronounced dead at the UCI hospitalat r
    ol Sean Enckson.Fleming .
    7:20 a.m.Safford
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    had been sought by the
    22, was serving a 30-year-
    FBI I since Jan. 3, 1983, on a charge sentence at UCI for sexual battery. tc
    unlawful (light to avoid confinement of the has not Q
    The identity suspect
    FRESH CUT J
    Fleming, who is currently been released. VINE ROYAL
    umlmed in Douglasville, Ga., has
    refused to waive extridition; DissolvedIn RIPE FRYER LEGQUARTERS RED
    however Florida Department of Cor- Marriages

    rl'd' lions plan to exridite Fleming to Bradford CountyThe ; RUSKINTOMATOES MEDIUM
    Florida. ,
    Fleming escaped Florida's deathrow following divorces were :, FAMILY I PAK
    :May 2, 19BO when he was reiiu'nceed granted during the month of May in LIMIT LL SHRIMP
    '&' to life In prison. He was Badford County.
    sentenced to death for the shooting Perry Thomas Gorman& Kelly L.
    ,
    and killing of Michael Yahl, a Fort Gorman. I
    \I\ers: police officer, during a 1976 Williams Guida & Rita Guida. $999
    _shootout after he was caught in the Thomas B. Sellers & Penelope L. 39$

    act ol robbery. Sellers. .LB. IB.FRSSH .
    In 1181 Fleming was charged in Donald Wayne Reese & Joanna
    Biadtnrd County with attempted Lynn Reese.
    escape from FSP. His second escape Ronald R. Bolder & Teresa A. ( I I'' I( '

    attempt was on Christmas Day, Bolder.
    1 11II2.! which was successful. Michael P. Murphy & Carole. D. JBONkLESS J\I ..
    Murphy. \ r : Jlt .
    Lester Louis Griffis & JacquelynnLeona '\ ;

    Trial Date Set Griffis.
    Nathaniel Green&Lime II. Green.
    For Bigham BrewerA Scott G. Polk & Carrie S. Polk.
    Steve & Lynn Fuqua. FA ?PAl
    July 28 trial date has been set for Fuqua SIRLOIN PORTERHOUSE
    Earl Stanley Baxley & Melinda j GROUND
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    two Brooker youths charged with 69 9
    Rhoden Baxley. $1
    and assault. f STEAKS BEEF
    burglary Aubrey W. Gasken & Rebecca L B.
    Joel! Sether Brewer and Scot Kelly STEAKS I IAIAN
    Gasken.
    Hicham, both 17-years of age, will be & / pJF FAT P1[
    LaVonne Moody
    Marjorie
    tried! as adults, according to Assistant T-BONE MYI QIIcK2w

    Brewer State Attorney and Bigham Thomas were Elwell.arlested James Jeanne Georgory Anderson Marie Chester Padgett.Moody.Padgett & ," STEAKS s2e9 $319. BREAST t.

    1 lor burglary assault and attempt -
    to commit robbery. The two
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    .accused ol robbery, stealing and Furniture Recovered
    taking away from Edlee Davis propel -
    (: which rightfully belonged to From Burglary

    her Feb 28, 1986. The burglary of the Bradford Furniture FRESH CUT
    CENTER CUT'
    ilvIS{ 80, a Brooker resident, Factory has been solved and LONDON BROIL
    BACON WRAPPED
    w ants the state to rosecute. She has the merchandise has been recoveredby PORK $199 I
    recovered from injuries but remains the Bradford County Sheriff's CHOPS I FILET MIGNONSQUARTER
    (lightened, said Elwell. Department.The .
    factory located on US-301
    north of Starke has been broken into PORK LOIN $159 $249 $199 ui
    Four ArrestsIn twice during the past couple of mon- SLICES 'I EACH
    ths, according to Lt. Glen Moore
    Recent BurglaryA
    During the investigation of the I
    burglary of a Starke residence burglary a suspect was developed in
    April 8 has been solved with the arrest the case and further investigation 4'
    t of tour individuals. revealed the location of the missing
    Rose :Marie Powell, 24,of Jackson- furniture.
    \ lie and Darla Jane Strickland, 20, Approximately 65 pieces of rattan
    ot, St Marys were arrested June 2 furniture, including tables, chairs 41'i i
    for burglary and grand theft, according and bar stools has been recovered
    to Investigator Don Denton. from 10 different homes in the Reno
    Two Jacksonville men, in jail in section of Starke. The value of the 10 oz.JUMBO rUSHMCJUD
    swmWATERMELONS
    I Duval I County, are also charged with furniture was placed at $5,000, said CRIMSON BAKING 4 $100
    the burglary, said Denton. Moore. GREEN BEANS
    POTATOES FOX
    Taken from the residence was The subject has been identified i


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    Sciences gave a demonstration in Hair dresser Selena Henry got the II
    f thi next classroom showing biggest group of younger girls on SMALL fANCY I SWEET ft JUICY ntSSHMCKID
    students the proper care of their Career Day with her demonstrationon WESTERN
    .mirnals and opportunities for jobs in her field and her many CUCUMBERS I BLACKEYE PEAS
    c'urcers in his field. techniques and current styles. CANTALOUPES
    Building Contractor Jim Temple Bradford Vu-tech instrcutor Walt
    took time from his busy schedule to Wescott was also on hand to give a u>faE
    give a demonstration for another talk on plants and horticulture to the 10 i 9ge' I 6ge 49
    gioup of students, and he said he students and Jerry Petrella finishedan : II UL
    was! pleasantly suprised at how interesting and informative day
    much !some of the :students already for the students with a square dancing I
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    I Changes Made in Clay Landfill OperationsClay HOW'S THE FAMILY?


    By Rev. Ed Kirkland
    County will continue to Rosemary Hill. Hours of operationare Truck Tires $3.00 Tickets, for payment at the land- Pastor Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
    operate a central landfill at 8:00: o'clock a.m. to 6:00: o'clock Truck Rims $3.00 fill, must be purchased in the Clerk's
    Rosemary Hill just west of Green p.m., seven days a week. Car and truck tires and rims will office, Room Number 410, 4th floor, The World of Your TeenagerOne
    Cove Springs. Clay County residentscan EFFECTIVE June 1, 1986, the be accepted; but, they must be in the Clay County Courthouse,
    continue to take their household following fees will be ENFORCED: separated. No earth-moving tires Highway 17, Green Cove Springs of the most difficult times of life for the parent-child relationship is
    garbage to Doctor's Inlet, Long Bay, All Clay County residents, bringing will be accepted. between the hours of 8:30: a.m. and during the teenage years. During this stage of growth, your child is developing -
    Kingsley Lake and Keystone their household garbage Businesses will be charged as 4:30: p.m. his or her own unique independence. He is trying to make decisions about
    Heights landfills providing it Is placed themselves, will not be charged; follows: NO DUMPING ALLOWED life and his place in it. In fact, during this time, you begin to realize that your
    in the brown refuse containers however,ALL Clay County residents Household Garbage, $3.00 per ton WITHOUT TICKETS.AIRLINETRAVEL. role as parent is changing. No longer can you almost completely control! the
    provided by the County. ALL and businesses will be charged for Construction Debris, Trash, etc.: life of vour child. You must now become more of a friend than ever before
    'I OTHER REFUSE, TRASH, LIMBS, the disposal of tires at the rate of: Pickup truck (under 1 ton) $5.00
    CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS AND Car Tires $1.00 Small utility trailer (under 1 SCHOOL There is so much written about things to do with your teenager today.
    GARBAGE MUST BE BROUGHT to Car Rims $1.00 ton) $5.00 Some of the advice is good, some not so good. But, we are going to limit
    , ourselves in this briet discussion to a more general need. The need to simply
    understand their world better

    L & R ConstructionFree Guns to Fire at BlandingOn You see, one of the major problems in your relationship with yourteenager

    is that chances are very good it's been a few years since you were a
    teenager. As the saying goes, times have changed. Now I know it's not possible

    Estimates June 10 more than 300 troops maneuvers "sights and sounds" 4 rl for your to become a teenager again, but it is possible, even essential,
    Remodeling Painting that you( pain: better\ understanding: of their world.
    from three states will begin their an- such as light Hashes will be seen or
    Additions ft Mobil Horn nual training at Camp Blanding over thundering noises will be heard in TRAVEL AGENT The average teenager today has to deal with many pressures. First thereis
    Repair the 72,000 acre site. the distance. No need to be concern- TOUR GUIDE school. This dominates his Iiie. He doesn't face a simple day of going to
    New ft Old Construction "We are delighted to have been ed", said Redding. "Many visiting AIRLINE RESERVAT10NISTStTMT class. He faces a daily event which may run from teachers he likes, to some
    selected as the host annual trainingsite units here train at night and depen- mi THE/MR TME he can't stand. From courses he does well in, to subjects he's just getting by
    964-8574 for these air-gunnery units and ding on atmospheric conditions, TRAM M im IKMt COMPfTEII in. Then comes the exlJ'acul'I'icular activities. All types of sports which involve
    their support personel," said Maj. sometimes they can be heard quite tOME tilt!I mitliT TUMMf time in practice and the mental pressure of competition. Also, the
    or Norman Redding, plans and opera- clearly by: our surrounding com- ua muitiIM chances ai e good he mav work a part-time job in addition to t'vl'I'vthing else
    964-4088 tions officer. "Our mission is to sup munities,' he said. "We realize that PUCEM1KT W8TMCE

    Itpd U/S port these fine cituen-soldiers in this does create some inconvience HAT'!.HDQRTUS: LICHTHODU rT,ft But there's more yet He has to deal with the ever important question to a
    their objectives while at this train- but, it's part of their training and we teenager of acceptance in his pier group. This can get to the point it totally

    Im, : II 111'1' I' '[ ing site and tomake sure that safety assure you that is only A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL dominates his thinking. It is one of the strongest desires he has the desire to
    11>>1 "
    is one of their priorities while here, short.termed. 1-800-432-3004 "belong" to the group. The type of group to which he wants to be a part will
    CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES Contemporary he said. The troops will conclude their A.ar.IHaN.mKHSC determine to a large( degree the kind ol adult he shall become
    Rock a Cedar 3 Br. 2 Ba., On occasions while on night training in two weeks.

    CH ? A, 3 car garag., large lot. Still, there's another area. That is the pressure he feels) from his parents
    CRYSTAL LAKE HIS 4 Br. 2 Ba. Brick That's right, from you! Odds are that he feels a great need to please you even
    Veneer CH& A, Lg. Lot. much more. though he, may not show it. He wants your love and guidance even though
    EDWARDS ROAD DUPLEX 4 Br. 2 that may seem like the last thing hu's interested in. Also, he wants your
    Ba., rented 4 Br. I Ba. & rented from. Johnstown. trust.
    3 Br 1 Ba., ov.r $500 Incom. p.r .. The world your child lives in is filled with piessuie and stu-ss It's not
    month. Clos. to hopping always harmful, but it is nevertheless a factor which effects your elation-
    LAWTEY AREA Beautiful Br. 2 Ba. from page 4.Upper. Drue Luke, son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Harrison of Lake ship with him. I realize your individual teenager may be very dillerent He
    brick veneer rancher, over 2,000 Clarence Snyder of Lake Butler; Butler. may be the "pei feet child" or may be a real problem He may do all the right
    ft.. Ige. chain link fenced yd., nicely Learning Center L.J. Padgett, son of Mrs. janie things with all the right people or he may hang around with a group that is
    landscaped with 9.74 acres Some Other members of the upper learn- Padgett of Lake Butler. going to lead him down a dangerous path. He may sit you down and ask lor
    Nicole Johnson, daughter of Mr.
    advice, or he seem to refuse to speak to
    owner fin. available. ing center at Johnstown are: your may you.
    and Mrs. Johnson
    of Raiford
    Ray
    WALDO: 15 acres close to Farmers ; But, no matter what your situation or what your individual teenager is
    a Flea Market.HISTORICAL Paul Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. like he has some things in common with others his age One ot those things is
    PROVIDENCEi 135 ocr. Lower Center Roy Morgan of Raiford; Amy Norman that he feels pressured in his lite. And, more important lor our discussion
    Learning
    farm, with coastal & Bahla WANTED daughter of Rev. and Mrs, here, he needyou to understand him a little better. If you would just sit
    grasspasture of lower
    has lovely brick home with Spreader and/or cutt.r. Members the learning Mike Norman of Lake Butler; Ken- down and think about things from his viewpoint lor a few minutes, it might
    center at Johnstown Christian neth Outlaw, son of Mr.
    Jerry
    make all the difference in relationship The not to give
    is
    all your purpose yourteenager
    ammenitles, Ige. trees, 2
    pecan Any experience helpful but School (kindergarten level 4.5) are: Outlaw of Lake Butler; Leo Taylor,
    stocked fish ponds near 1.75 ft 441.MIODLEBURC free reign over your home, but simply to let him know you Cal'l't'nough
    will train serious Paid Rebecca Bloodsworth, daughter of son of Mr. and Mrs, Greg Taylor of
    : Established boarding person. to consider!: his world. And, that you've got sense enough It, i oali/e
    stables expand business on 18 holiday, paid vacation Mr and Mrs. Trent Bloodsworth of Lake Butler; Darrell Varnes, son of it's different than your own. Then, do your best to bring those\ two \u>i'Ids a
    Lake Butler; Tina Franke, daughterof Mr, and Mrs. Larry Varnes of Lake little closer
    acres, owner anxious to sell. Salary negotiable. Apply In Mr. and Mrs. Michael Franke of Butler; Chris Trowell, son of Mr,
    -CR 225 3 Br. 1 Ba. CH & A, ceiling person: Glen St. Mary; Justin Gainey, son of and Mrs. James Trowell of Lake tit Kirkland is pastor oj the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church totaled on
    fans, 1 Ac. with stables and barns. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gainey of Lake Butler; Haley Goza, daughter of Mr Hwy 16 at Kingsley/ Lake If you would like to ee a particular need discus,
    Vogue Mfg., Inc. Butler; Kevin Harrison, son of Mr.I' and Mrs Edwin Goza of Starke. ed in this column you may call his office at 533.2018 or write to: HOW'S I HE
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    David L. Dodge INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. Four generation sole Antiques, furniture property Three mobile homes,
    training In upholstery sewing for Main Street, Lake Butler 496.3978.Compl.t. baby Items, lamps, old linens; rented on 10 acres, posture land pond,
    Master Senior Appraiser Anderson 'industries It offered at Lake Insurance Service. 2tfree much, much morel June 5,6, a 7. State trees, block storage shed, $38,000.
    964-4522 Member of Nat. Assn.ol City Community College Classes meetMondayTuesdayThursday 4/10, 17 then tfnFOR Road 121, two miles south of the river. Financing available. Call 4962600.
    Master AppraisersSTARKEFL. 6:30: P,M. Wotch for signs Itpd 6/5 !:I,22 chgllfn
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    Farms "Homes 'Business Land Itchg. 6/5 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
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    RENTI Union CountyTlmes Piano : par
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    Main Street ty to assume paymentson
    Open Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 496-2261 for Information tfn piano See locally. Coll credit access, large trees covers this tract.

    Saturday 9 a.m to 4 p.m. One two and three bedroom mobile manger 18004474266.( ) 5/22 3lpd. 6/5 Owner needs .to sell $6,500. Pay
    hornet. All electric central heat and Caladiums and Daylllles $2.00 and up $1,000 down assume loan.
    air. cable TV. Basketball and Contrary Mary's Garden, SR-121 Chalet three bedrooms, 2 baths, 2
    playground. Pines Call 4962366. Lacrosse Fl. 462-1561. Itpd. 6/5 levels, 1 mile from town, lovely setting
    SRI21 Lake Butler. 1/9 tfn/chg, Piano far. Sole Wanted: Responsible par large deck overlooking mountains
    NOW AVAILABLE 1398-21 ac., 4 BK, 2 ba, stucco home, Office and Warehouse spa.e located In ty to assume monthly payments on excellent location Built-in
    barn, mobile hookup, 65000. Union County Times Building at 150 spinet/console piano. Can be seen cabinets very private, all for $55.000.
    FASHION STOP is In the process of com Financed West Main. ColI..96.2261. for more In' locally. Write: (Include phone numb.r) Pay $5,000 down assume loan.
    432--Lake Butler: 2 BR 2 Ba mobile, formation. 1 It 2/27 Credit Mamager P.O. Box 520 Two acres short distance from Murphy
    pleting additional shops adjacent to their storeon 2 stocked ponds creek, 7 ac., great Two bedroom one bath house In Beckemeyer, 11. 62219 S/293tchg. 6/12 good garden spot ready to build on.

    U.S. 301 (across from high school). view $63.000. lacrosse. Closed in front and back porches 40 ft. flat bed trailer with tarp and Owner down, assume sold sell.loon.9800. Pay $1,800
    block home with large shaded yard. $300., plus straps. Call 4962628. Itchg 6/5
    S421--4 BR, 2 Ba
    office is still availablefor These are a few of over 2,000 listings.We
    retail
    Only one or space Santa Fe access. Old oaks shade lot, $200. security Call 4621561. Itchg. AIR CONDITIONER 22.500 BTU white, have all types of property from

    occupancy by mid-Junel! Take advantage of deck view.1430.START. 6/5 Westinghouse, 1 1/2 yr. old. Excellent $700 per acre and up. We have small
    HERE! Mobil. w/addi- Cond., $350 Coll 431-1320 after
    5 p.m. tracts. We also have several cabins,
    this prime location I Lion, pole barn, landscaped acre, 2 NOTICE houses, old farms etc Write or call today
    For further information call ((904)) 3840603. septlcs. Lake Crosby access. Make HELP WANTEDFull for a free listing brochure You can
    offer. Owner anxious. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted call free by dialing 1(800)438-7421.( )
    .. I429--REDUCEDI 6 ac.. 4 BR, 2 ba 2 to the Union County Times office Tim. Maintenance Man. Must have Write or call today. 4/17 Stpd 6/5
    ,, .. ". ::- ,-, mobile hookups, great location, In writing and paid in advance trim carpentry and some electrical experience. Cherokee land Co.
    General maintenance from
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    CHATEAULooks ,433--BAR ft LOUNGE: package store this office. lawn work to painting. Apply 'In per
    VAN 1978 FORD CLUB sonAM. to 7 P.M., Monday through FOUND
    w/canopy great business opportunity THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Saturday, Pines Mobile Home Pork

    exactly like 1966XLT$19,000 model, Ford's very finest model, nearly 2 BR home for owner 4 acres RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN SR121 Lake Butler. References required
    fronts US 301. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Retriever puppy at Union County High
    every Ford factory option made Including: 2 expensive genuine Ford factory ,..22..7 acres, 3 BR 2V4 bath brick THE TELEPHONE. hard workers only. 6/5 SchooLColl Mrs Harris at High School!.
    Ford factory black "Limo" type privacy glass, swing out tfn/chg.
    Chairs the Classified deadline is TUESDAY.
    Captain has everything
    home One livestock farm Full time. Call for Information LOSTi WALKER HOUND Black Face with
    windows, dual gas tanks, tilt steering wheel, Ford factory deluxe 4 speaker homeowner dreams of, more acres NOON, prior to Thursday publication. 485-1709. Itpd. 6/5 brown ft white around neck. Black
    stereo radio & tape player. PS PB, 351 (lotsa power) engine, air, bumper available. Minimum charge Is 15 words for S3.50, blanket back, 9 mo. old very skittish

    guards, locking hood,Interval windshield wipers, trailer hitch,outside spare Commercial Properties farms and then i 15 cents for each word thereafter CARSTRUCKSNumerous with No. 32 painted outside lost May

    tire carrier, all new MIchelin tires, all new exhaust system, new Die Hard businesses are here for your Investment 24 at Duval Co. Fox Hunt Trials In Lake
    Butler Call Collect B. Notch.
    battery, new timing gears & chain, has had many, many owners & many of the future. Invest nowl!
    Repossessed Cars See Shands 684-2079 (Edgar Fla.) or Jane Johnson
    miles, but runs like a scared rabbit! I I REAL ESTATE Howord at Farmers and Dealers Bank. ..481.4441 (t-tawlhIlUW.J.IJIsUL) !!

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    "It a great place to live and a great place to work," says an enthusiastic Dr. Albert]. Bother, Brad-
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    Bother lives in Gainsville\ presently but is moving to Starke "within the next few weeks" per-
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    .gyp The new BUS Principal was born and raised in St.Louis,Mo.and went ot college at Carthage College
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    Bother then attended graduate school at Florida State University in Tallahassee and taught in the
    Leon County School system from 197481.Dr. .
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    took the position of Assistant Principal at Lincoln High School. He was then promoted to Principal of
    Taylor County High School from 1983-1984. A one year stint in private business followed before he
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    average, and a constant position on the honor roll, she has also
    received the P.R.I.D.E. Award for writing at the county and district _
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    Rusty Nail was chosen as Salutatorian with a grade point averageof
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    Russell E. Nail of Lawtey. Photography and swimming are Rusty's
    t main hobbies and his activities include President of the National
    Honor Society, Key Club member. Assistant Editor of the Yearbook,
    and P.R.I.D.E. local representative in the area of Science. Rusty is
    -4 err' very definite with his plans for the future beginning with a nursing
    aide class In which he is currently enrolled, so that he can work this
    summer as an orderly. In the fall, he plans to enter Santa Fe Community -
    I 41 College full-time, and enroll in the Registered Nursing two-
    : .,X,: year program of study. "This will give me an income while I'm attending
    .. .kJ' ,1I ',. the University of Florida, as a pre-med student," Rusty stated.
    "'.> Eventually, he hopes to earn a degree in medicine, though his field
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    Processional (all standing) . . . . :. Bradford High School 1 Band
    Buddy Ball Director

    Opening Prayer . . . . . . . . . Tamera Ann Dempsey
    Introductory Remarks . . . . . . . . Tracie LeAnn Clark
    .' '- Senior Class President

    Pledge to the Flag . . . . . .'. '. . . : . . . All
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    Introductions . . . . . . . . . Dr. Albert J. Rother
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    Address . . . . . . . . . Russell E. Nail.Jr.
    SalutatorianFarewell

    __ .- Address . . . . . . . . Rita Terese Richardson

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    Closing Prayer . ; . . . . . . . Allison Sue Denmark
    Recessional (all standing) . . . . . Bradford High School Band
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    Allison Sue Denmark . . . . . . . :; :'. ' Secretary
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    What we are today is what we've made of ourselves but now the time has come to
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    JACKSONBuilding fulfilling our hopes and dreams.


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    Donna Kay Barker Theresa R. McCollum Melissa P.Griffis Melissa Ann Todd

    Larry W. Barnhill Irving T. Meres, Jr. Erika Lee Gruen Deanna M. Tomlinson
    Amy Lee Clark Katherine O'Hearn Edward L. Hall Michelle Ann Watkins

    Allison Sue Denmark Richard Lee O'Steen Irie John Hamilton Melissa S. Williams

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    / I I. BRUCE ALLEN TRAVIS, being of sound mind and healthy body, '

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    I I. LASHON DAVIS, do hereby leave to the following people: To
    I I. GREGORY B. JACKSON, being of absent mind and masculine I, BELINDA MELSON, being of sound mind and body, do hereby Kimberly A. I leave my sisterly, love and all of my blessings to
    body, do hereby leave to Mrs. Bright' I don t understand To Ron bequeath to the following people Lisa Mosley I leave my ability, become anything that she wants to be and to become the best on

    Brown, I leave my knee so he can play football next year. To to ride a horse; To Lori Sapp I leave her all the great memories of her track team, and 'to the one and only Jackie Davis, my baby
    Clarence and Kevin, the ability to play football.' And. finally to BHS) to come, to Melissa Starling 1 leave all the fun times we had sister I leave to her all the luck in the world. I love you both

    B.H.S. and all underclassmen. I leave my pine colada.I at lunch; to my Mom and Dad I leave all my love. To the I I. DREW DAVIS being of blown mind and better-looking (everyday .

    I, DAVID L. HAMILTON, being of simple, mind and strong body, underclassmen, leave you old Bradford High. ) body, declare this to be mv lost will and testament I leave
    do hereby leave to the following: To all my iends I leave all the I DARLENE G NORMAN, being of lost mind and out of shope my brother... Brian, all my luck at whitewashing people. I also

    memories of the success that I have achieved. To Idella, I leave all body do hereby leave ale BHS with good memories and many leave him two more years of suffering. To C.A., I leave my love.

    my sense of mind, and all my love. And to Bradford High long good fri<,nds. To Michelle Crawford I leave the saying two crazy Just wait til this summers' To my parents, I leave Brian (Good

    may She live, I II people need to stick together' to Mr. Cunningham I leave you Luck). Lost but not least, I leave B.H.S. and Emma Jean forever. To
    I I. PAULA MCKINNY, being of sound mind and deterioratingbody life because I almost. ended 'it so quickly last year. I leave to my friends I leave my friendship and love. Good Luck. Bye! (II

    do hereby leave .the following to' Ray McKinney all the daysI Melanie Poncier our great friendship, that will never end. To BHS I, GLORIA ANNESIA DAVIS, being of unsound mind and fine

    I missed and all the excuses I used1' To Sandy, my 12th grade Drama Program, I leave my talent in hopes that it will be carriedon body hereby bequeath the following To my sister. Felicia AA.
    vocabulary book. To Denise Billy Barbara and Audra, good luck forever. To Mom and Dad I leave all my love for helping me Davis, all the good times that I've had at Bradford High; to Sheryl
    as a sophomore To Viva Riley. I leave all my height." To Esther" I through all these tough years at ole BHS. Finally, I leave. Goodbye and Haywood Brazell I leave the will to succeed. To the rest of my

    leave all the good times we had a lunch... To Sylvia. I leave Bobby, til we meet again. friends I leave you the best of luck. Finally I leave good ole Bradford
    Stacey, Doyle, etc. And last but not least, I leave all my love to my I LORRIE KING REHBERG being of tired mind and hopeless High.

    Mom Thank you for being the world's greatest mother! body, do hereby bequeath the following to Brady, I leave you the
    I ANDREA DENISE WILLIAMS, being of tired mind and huggable hope of finding that someone special who can put up with you. I I. KEITH GILLINGHAM being of warped mind and used body do

    body do hereby leave the following To my little sis JennIfer I Good luck To Mathew Watson. I leave a pair of sheep skin seat hereby bequeath the following: To Coach Hurse, I leave many
    the teachers. To ruined better luck time, To I more totally dedicated athletes 'like myself; to Jr. Rednecks I
    leave all my old books and excuses to get by my rovers that you next Stacy Sapp
    best friend Sherry Moss. I leave the" "hope that" your Senior year "hope you envoy| your new life and make it a happy one, you leave the hope that maybe you'll get a rugged truck and all the
    mud desire; to Troy Hicks I 'leave all the healthy
    will be as great as minet'" 'I'm gonna miss you" To Kim Crawfordand deserve it! To Donna Langley I leave you some great memories you hogs you
    Joy joiner I leave an endless supply of passes out of :Study and also my great majorette abilities don't forget the problem the want To all the upcoming graduates of Bradford High, I leave all
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    Hall. To Kim Hunter, I leave the relief that we II never have to sit solving ability. And now for Billy Rehberg I leave behind ole years to you.
    I, PATTY SMITH of solemn mind and
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    through Mr. Ramsey's class again I To all my friends at Wendy I Bradford High and give you all my love Good bye B.H.S. enough body
    leave the hope that you'll be seeing more of me nowl! To my family I WESLEY THOMAS being of little, mind and no body, do hereby hereby leave my English book to Robyn Bryant, my math and gym
    I leave "Hugs & Kisses", Thanks for everything -ilov.I ya'll. Lost leave the following: To all of my .teachers, I leave a big "thanks"for class and books to Cindy Taylor (Parkay). I leave all my

    but not least, to Michael Starling all my love. Thanks for passing me through my high school years; to my little sister homework assignments I didn't do to Robert Starling. Now I just
    leave with a bang!II!POW I IIII. I I II
    everything you've made my Sr. year great I Love You Renee, I leave all of my old homework papers. In hopes that you
    I I. MICHAEL WAYNE STARLING, being of sound mind and fine pass your classes with a better grade than I did Good luck I I love I I. PAMELA L. TAYLOR being of wicked mind and tired body, do

    body, do hereby"leave the following: To my sister, Melissa, I yal! To Cindy Harris, I leave Bradford High to you, for you still hereby bequeath the following: To Cindy I leave four great yearsof
    leave the other half of .the Softball team that she hasn't already have four years to go. And last but not least I leave Vicki high school memories and a great Senior year. To Kristin and
    liked. To Kim Crawford (dating counselor) the ability, to keep all Crockrell nothing for I'm never leaving her1 I love you VickielI ] Justin, I leave two very special friendships that will, never die. To
    Jenifer and Keith, love that will die., Thank
    her friends with their boyfriends. To Jeff Thompson, I leave a herdof I I. PAM ALVAREZ, being of crazy mind and sound body, do a never you. Momma
    and Daddy, for 18 wonderful I love You! I And last but not
    sheep so he won't feel homesick. To Mrs. Annette Williams, I hereby decree this to be my last will and testament. I bequeath years
    leave the hope of many future grandchildren I To Andrea the following to James Watkins all my books; to Tommy Rubi, least G.W., you know' who you are thank you very much. Goodbye +
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    fine summer! To my parents, thanks for helping me through high shared. To Roger, his Mom and Dad Mom and Dad Donna

    school, now we can have a party..r M GRADUATING I Ir Keith, I leave all my love. To Coach Petrella I leave my discipliner






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    I, I, DONNA J. PARADO being of sound mind and little muscle I I. CHERI GREEN, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will
    body, do "hereby leave my sister. Trlcla, the" ability to think" to Alicia Bright my sweet personality, I would proudly like to hand
    straight" and be prompt: Cindy the.. ability to talk alot (like me); my her my table mind of determination being she's a person most c
    brother" Mark four great high school" years. To Jason J. All My likely' to succeed Alicia B., I will to you everything that leads r
    Love' And to the" B.H.S. band and school" many thanks" to success Love from my heart. you

    I I. LYNN BOWEN, being of sound mind and healthy.. body, do I, TAMMY RHODEN, being' of sound mind and weak body, do kll c(
    hereby leave all of senior skip day that" I didn't
    my get caught to hereby bequeath to the following people: James Watkins ,
    Donna Bonnette Be Careful' Girl I To my parents, you are the.. senior pass: To Michelle Holder, I leave my unique ability my of 1 + tip (
    most kind and loving people, I leave you each other.. to take care cheering people up; To Rhonda Manning I leave my vocabulary R
    of since I can't do it anymore. Mom and Dad. I love you but I'm not book and the crazy memories we shared together. To all the one I
    moving out. To James and Angie, I leave you both' my 10".. I love underclassmen, f leave the ability to graduate. II

    you Punky. So long B.H.S. I I. DOUG CARLTON being of crazy mind and sound body, do
    I. AMY CARTER, being of battered mind but healthy body, do hereby bequeath my ability to be late to Chorus and drive Mr. is j} r(
    hereby bequeath the.. following to: David Hamilton, all love
    my Hardy crazy to Audrea Brantley. I leave my ability to skip and not st I
    and many fond memories which" we have shared.. during my senior get caught to all future seniors.
    year; to Chris" Durban the.. hope that" he attends school everyday I, MELISSA FRAMPTON, being of sound mind and married body,
    without skipping or going to I I.S.S.P. And last but not least I leave
    bequeath the
    following: to Mr. Harris, I along with Amy, leave all
    David with Mrs. Wanda Smith keep him safe, please. Thank You I II. II. the stolen tests we have from the three years In class. To
    I. KELLIENE ANN BALDWIN, being of Superior mind and Inferior best friend, Amy Clark, I leave the ability to stick your with one my To
    body, do hereby leave the following people these things: to my all my friends, I bid farewekk and leave a wish that we shall guy. all
    baby cousin Rhonda Sue, my ability to get along with peopl. keep In touch. SkY s
    (even if you don't want to); to Mr. Harris thanks for teaching me I, TERRI FENDER, being of warped mind and little, body, do Set the limit
    to strive for perfection; to the faculty' and staff of B.H.S., sincere hereby leave these things to the make .
    following people: Trade Clark, it
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    appreciation for coring about my future. And to the class of 86 I Tammy Dempsey, and Stacey Reddish the memories of the great hap n aid

    love ya'lllI 1 foursome; to my little sister, Tanya, I leave the long of t You.
    years
    I, ALLISON DENMARK, of unsound mind and
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    run to school yet to come for you. Hang In there, it will fly by. Goodbye,
    body, do hereby leave to Brad Green a lifetime membership to forever I II II lI
    our members only' club; to Sid Russell, I leave a squid; to my little

    sister, Shilynn Chaff I leave all the bikes, skates, walkietalkiesand I, JENNIFER JOHNS, being of I Hercules, Inc.
    Barbies we have shared over the years not to mention complex mind and n-hug-a- Starke, Florida
    memories! Finally, to Bradford High, I leave the best gift of all bunch body, do hereby leave
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    Leaving Cindy Lynn. Taylor all of my
    Both KYLE HARRISON and MITCH HOLSENBECK being of diluted doctor excuses and time out of
    minds and relaxed bodies do hereby leave all their books and class! To Amy Dowling, I leave
    other unused school junk to Kyle's little brother with
    Billy, much all of the partying times I had
    pity, To Coach Petrella, all our undetectable ways of skipping with my friends. To Pam and
    school and not getting caught. Furthermore, we leave to all the Donna thanks for all of the
    underclassmen the" unique way of not keeping a steady girlfriend good times at the ballgames.
    In conclusion we leave to all the boot-wearin', truck drivln' Last but not least, I goodbyeto
    rednecks, the.. capability of taking bathsand brushing your teeth. Bradford High and say the class cffww1
    I I. TOMMY PARKER, being of prosperous mind and strong body, of 86.
    hereby leave my strength and first string position to my brother
    Todd. To Linda Wilson a ride to school when she misses the" bus. A I I. BETTY S. WOODARD, being!
    big thanks to my parents for being Involved In my school activities of unsound mind and littlt !
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    and most of all my good luck to Coach Hurse for another winning body do hereby leave Stuart
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    body, do hereby leave the following to Lisa Mitchell the ability to of the great memories of
    put up with Chad and all his moods, never forget the great time high school. To Mom and Dad r '/i ,
    the"four" of us had; Sheila Shlney and Pam I'm really going tc thank you for all of your love
    miss the wild times ve've had cheering, try to keep up the tradition and support through high ? i
    next year; and finally to Michael Gray So far you have mod school
    my Senior year the.. best it could be. I hope things never thong I, CARRIE SELLERS, being of
    because you are very special to me. sound mind and body do hereby .4
    I. SUE BLACKBURN, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my possessions to the :
    leave the following to Mom and Dad my love and my thanks" foi following peopleto: Chris ;
    all you've done. To Bruce, I leave those good memories of my higr Holloway I leave you with the -
    school" years never forget them or my love for you. To Anthonymy ability to put up with all the
    ( little brother" ), I leave a big piece of my heart and congratulations loud people on the bus and to G
    for your graduation in 2002. To all my friends who are going remember to be quiet over the
    with me and all the.. ones I leave behind, I wish you luck in the railroad tracks. To Kristin Alday
    future. and Johnnie Clark I leave you

    I I. GRAY SPENGLER, being of sound mind and body, do will all all the great pictures I took In
    my jamming ability on the drums to Bill M. To all my good friendsa photography. I wish you two all _
    constant party. And to Bradford High Good Luck I II. the best for next year. Have '
    TONJA MCCLOUD BOSWELL, being of sound mind and all right fun I II.
    body bequeath the following: to Felecla D. I leave God blessingsand I I. SHERRI GASKINS, being' of ) 2Iv
    my great ability to help her make decisions; to Felecla M. no mind and little body, do
    Davis I leave the.. great will power to stand up to people for your hereby leave Kelly Hardin all of A
    rights; to Stephanie Sams and Vyunda Strong I leave Mrs. Paula our good times and trouble
    Register's accounting class. To all the rest I leave my memories. we've been in together. To Rob
    I I. ROBIN HERSEY, being of warped mind and little body, do by McRae, I leave all my love.
    hereby leave Mike Crockrell all my love and a life-long relationship To Ginger Herndon I leave a big
    I Love You I To Bo Hersey the ability to stay out of IS.S.P. as bag of chocolate chips and Dale
    he goes into high school. Vicki Crockrell, hang in ther one more Brown. And Angie Schlosser I
    i year. Kelli Jackson good luck with Mrs. Register you only have leave Sampson Lake.
    one more year to go. To Mom and Dod, thanks for being with me I I. JAMES HAYES, being of
    through my four years of school. I Love Ya'll! To ole' Bradford nonexistent mind and questionable The world will be better, Gradsif --
    High' I leave all my fun times that I have hod here throughout" my body, do hereby leave
    four years of school. the following: to Mr. Ball, you continue to strive and excel.

    I I. MICHELLE SEXTON, being of spaced.out mind and weak body, Chuck, Paul Coleman, and Deny
    do hereby bequeath to the following: Donna Langley, I leave a n the patience to survive
    great senior year hope you have as much fun as I did. Good Doug and Paul for another..
    Luckl I To Jimmy Langley I leave hot dogs and a water gun to aggravate year; I leave Mr. Hardy
    I Donna in Montreal. To the B.HS football team, I leave a separate tenor and bass sections
    : personal trophy, you're always Number 1 to mel heavy on the bass. To
    I I. JIMMY LEWIS, being of sound mind and whole body, do Mike Elder, I leave my
    i hereby leave my worn out books to Shane, and my class ring and manuscript pen and guts to DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
    I jacket to my girlfriend Joy. I leave my dog box and rifle to break Mr. Hardy's rules for -
    Stacey, and all of my cash ($2.37)) will go to Randall. And lost but writing music. To the Seniors of 514 Nona Street 964-6200
    not least my Ford truck, it has seen better days, I will leave $50.00 '86 lots of luck. Jones
    for anyone who will take It out of my yard. Thank you for your I, STELLA BELLWOOO, beingof Convalescent Service
    time! strange mind and tired body, 514 Nona Street
    I, MIKE CHAPPELL, being of dirty mind and fine body, do hereby do hereby decree this to be my 964-6223
    leave the following to: Brian Barton, his own attitude group; to last will and testament. To my
    David Williams my hands and blocking ability; to Ron Brown I l little sister, all my school
    ( leave my shoes, he's the only person with big enough feet to wear books. To Mrs. McGrew I leaveall
    them; to Sheila Shannon, anything she wants, and I Love You. Last the characters I played and
    but not least.I leave B.H.S.I the costumes I used. I

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    a a body, I I. MICHAEL D ALVAREZ, being of diluted mind and little, body,
    body, do hereby bequeath all the "goodtimes" we had do hereby give to Mike Chapped my ability to remember "good" do hereby leave the following to: Don Thompson the" ability to bea
    riding to the VoTech on "empty" and In Ag., plus one more year of movies. I give Barbara M., leanna B., and Myron L. my 97 In "Brewsky Brother" and a cold Bologna sandwich for those years
    BHS to my sister, Amy Dowling, "Good luck Sis" To my cousins Bo McGriff't Anatomy and Physiology class. And last but not least. I yet to come. To my sister Lori I leave her the ability to attend
    and Julie I leave all my books, wasted class time and Margaret give the class of 87 the ability the class of '86 didn't use, to make school more than two days a week, and the hope that she not
    (keep her straight). And to Eric Griff, I leave all the wild times their" year the" best. follow In her brother's footsteps. To Russ Smith, Keith GIllingham
    we've had on the school bus and future wild times with Bo Julie I, VELESA HAMPTON, being of sound mind and beautiful body, and Karl Leithelser I leave my everlasting friendship I don't
    and Amy. BYEI I I'm gone. do hereby leave to cousin know what would'
    my I ve done without you. And lost but not least, to
    I, TRICIA KAY LAWSON, being of simple mind and "marvelous" Andra H. my nice personality and the ability to graduate from Nancy Shuford I leave nothing because I'm never leaving her.
    body, do hereby bequeath the following: To Stephanie O., BHS. I leave to my cousin Angelia W. all the sense she can get her I I. JERRI/ MICHELLE HALL, being of willing mind and not so able
    Marilynn M., and Debbie T., I leave Coach Kaminski for own hands I leave future cousins-in-law the be
    your on. my ability to a great body, do hereby boqueth the following: To Johnnie I leave a roll
    driving pleasure. To Stacey Shuford I leave my Senior Pass so you football player like my baby clinton Jenkins. To Shaun Robinson I of quarters so you can have your fudge rounds. To Lori Alvarez, I
    can finally go off campus. LEGALLY. To Kevin C., Chris H,. and J.J. leave all my prayers and blessings, because he's going to need leave a broom a window and the strength to yell "JASON! To
    H., I leave you Bradford High, hope you have tome great years. them. And to my fellow students that I leave behind I leave you Gordon I leave a mud puddle for you to park your "beautiful"
    And to Johnnie Clark, I hope your Senior year Is as great as the ability to graduate from BHS. (Hal l Ho!) truck In. To Jerry Kaminski, I leave a lifetime subscription
    you've mode mine. I love you. I, RUSTY NAIL being of perverted mind and "Healthy" body, do to the Gainesville Sun complete with comics and a Sports
    I I. CHRIS ALLEN MCINTOSH being of perfectly sound mind and hereby leave to betsy my van, hope you have as many fun lunchesas Section and some WD40 to soften your law so you can smile. Andto
    gorgeous body, do hereby leave my "Bug" to my friend John I did. To Mike Elder I leave my sister, you can have her. To Mark, I leave you a portable Fire Extinguisher an extra day to
    demons, my Copenhagen to Moon Dog hoping that he wont ask Frosty I leave a blanket. In the hopes you will warm up one day. recover from the weekend and some fire-proof car seats.
    anyone else for some. I also leave to Sheila Shannn my dear and To Chris H., I leave some suds. Don't let anything break your I, LYNN DUKES, being of good mind and soul and great body do
    most loving teacher Mrs. Palus. To Trey H. I leave all my cheat stride. hereby leave Robin and Charmin all the will to graduate. To Terry
    sheets. I leave finally to Pappa H. the luck of my good will and for. I I. JUDITH LEANNE PETTEWAY, being of sound mind and sexy K., I leave you the good times we hod in 5th period. To Selena I
    tune. body, do hereby leave all my luck to my one and only baby sister hope you get with "you-know-who.:' To all underclassmen I leave
    I I. KIM CASEY, being of worn-out mind and marvelous body, do Peggy that she will follow In my footsteps. I leave all the other you with the hope of a great football team like we had. And to
    hereby leave to my very muscular and fine boyfriend "Bubba" girls who've got to go where I have been. Mrs. Nova Bright, good Momma and Daddy I love you both I II.
    Lamb, all the luck In the world and all my love. Thanks Mom and luck. I I. KIM MOULTON, being of relieved mind and tired body, do
    Dad for all your help, time and patience. I love you forever. I I. JOSEPH C. DOUGHERTY being of fatigued mind and demolished hereby leave my brother, Kasey Ford, Mrs. Reddlng's endless
    I. DANA MARIE WHITAKER. being of unsound mind and tired body do hereby bequeath the following: To Alisha Gruen, I questioning, Mr. McGriff's scientific answers, and the commonsense
    body, do hereby leave to my brother Ricky, four very long years of leave her sister's ability to find a handsome and Intelligent young to stay out of I S.S.P. Good luck Kasey and Jodi.
    high school. I hope you make it. To Kim D., lots of luck finishing man like me. To David Williams I leave my cough drops so you I 1. PAULA SUE GREEN being of witty mind and O.K. body, do
    high school. You'll need It. To Mom and Dad, yo'll ore the best. I don't cough during chemistry and I also give you my permission to hereby leave the following: To my Mom and Dad my love and
    love yor And last "Goodbye SEnior Class of 1986". take Chem II. To Billy Harrell I leave you one hundred and fifty- thanks for trusting me; To Sandra all the trouble we've gotten into
    I, TAMMY DEMPSEY, being of crazy mind and OK body, do one laughs from the" white tower. To Coach Hurse I leave you one together I Love You, Baby Jane; to Greg all my love A.F.M.; to
    hereby leave Coach Hurse a Big Red Dot and enxt year's football can of shaving cream that you caught me decorating the lockers Stacy and Bill, all the happiness the world: to Melissa May, your
    team, the State Championship. To Mrs. Emma Jean Redding I with. P.S.i: I never did run opportunity for that. And last but not mother and our C.B. buddy; to Mr. Reddish a kiss goodbye; to
    leave a phone book to use to call parents' and doctors' offices to least to all BHS Football Players, I leave you one pressure washerto Becky Reddish, many thanks; to Bradford High I leave..
    check up on all the juvenile delinquents. Don't let them get away clean the showers in the field house. Good Luck In "86." I I. LYNN HOLTZENDORF, being of deranged mind and
    with anything. To Coach Petrella I leave' a square dancing record Sayonara lacadaisical body do hereby bequeath ear plugs to all bond
    and a chocolate cake. You haven't caught me yet. I love you 0111Don't ) I, TERRY LYNN WILKERSON being of sound mind and body, do substitutes, patience to B.HS. staff, tranquility to David Rogers
    party too hard I II II hereby hope that all the underclassmen have a a great football and all hyperactives, musical talent to the bond Uncle Buddy
    I, ERIKA GRUEN. being of fizzled out mind and tired boyd, do team like ours. To my brothers and sisters I leave yell BHS. Enjoy some good attitudes.
    hereby bequeath the following: To my sister Allsha I leave three it, because time goes fast. To Mom and Dad, thanks for everyting. I, MONICA L. MASLOWSKI being of delirious mind and tall
    years at BHS. Better you than me babe. I leave lots of thanks for Most important I give Lamar A. all my love forever. I love you. slender body, do hereby bequeath the following: to Missy Kelley
    being such a great sister and a greater friend. To Cassle Autry, lit I, TRACIE CLARK, being of disarrayed mind and esoteric body, I leave you all the great times we've had and a wish for an
    tle sister number two I leave many years of happiness because I do hereby bequeath to the following: My supergreat friends, a AWESOME senior yearl! To Ms. McNelley, I leave all the
    know you deserve it. To my por.ntslleove I special thanks and all lasting friendship and the many memories of all the good times homework I never seemed to remember! To Mr. Hardy, a big hug
    my love. And lost but not least, I leave Good Ole Bradford High I II II. over the years. You're all terrific and I wouldn't trade you for and thanks for everything! To my sister, Melissa, I leave my "little
    I I. CHRIS CRIBBS, being of empty mind and warped body (from 4 anything in the" world. Juniors the hope that you'll be as successful black book". To all the Seniors best of luck as we enter the "real
    years of football), do hereby bequeath the following: my at Homecoming as the Seniors of 1986, the skit and float world". To B,H,S. I leave.
    younger brother Jamie, I leave Coach Hurse to you so he can CHAMPSI! Ms. McNelley, a huge thanks for helping our class to be I, ANDY JONES, being of brilliant mind and fragile body, leave
    work your little gut off. Good luck' To Ronald Everett Brown and number 1; we couldn't have done It without you. Mom and Dad my graceful speed to Darin Patterson and smooth moves to Casey
    Unlsa Pleshette King I leave to you all of my hopes of ya'll staying there's not enough words to express the thanks you deserve. I Strong. To Terri Kitties I leave my love; and to the rest of the
    together and having a lasting relationship. And to the 1986 Varsity love you both. and last, but not least John David Francis, I leave underclassmen, my partner and I leave the "Boom Squad" the
    Team, I hope your season will be as joyous and wlnful as it has all my love. I LOVE YOU!I11' "Duster".
    been for me this year. Go Big Red I II I I. BRIDGET LEANN SKEEN, being of sound mind and body, do I I. ANDREW TIMMONS being of no mind and all the body do
    I, THOMAS WATSON.. being of burned out mind and hereby leave my Weight Watchers Book to Jim-bo Underfill). I hereby leave to Edward Hudson my strength to bench 400 Ibs.
    Information-crammed body, do hereby leave BHS wlthut any leave all my toilet paper rolling and egg tossing to Justin and to the rest of the B.H.S. underclassmen, I leave my eating
    regrets/ and also these things to the following people: To all the Wadsworth. I leave all my Fruit Loops to Shane Martin. I leave all abilities.
    boys of BHS. a warning;'"Beware of the leech! To Brian Davis my corny jokes to Greg Alvarez and Jeff Thompson. Last, but not I, POLLY THOMAS being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath .
    (the doc), my senior pass so that he can leave campus without being least, I give all my love to Owen Southerland." the following to: my little sister. Sally, I leave Bradford
    hauled In. To Robert (Kerwin) Starling. a chance to be I, LaTanya Tyson being of very little mind and very healthy High hope you have a great time as I did when you get here To
    discovered as a quarterback. And to Patrick Diggs, some U.SA. body, do hereby leave my experience In coolness to all of the Mom and Dad I leave all my love. To Jimmy W all the great timesin
    for Africa Funds. people at BHS, because life is a "Big Chill." To Ron Brown I leave ceramics and pottery. To Pam M. all the great times we sharedat
    I, BRENA LANAN SKEEN, being of sound mind and body, do my sweetness. lunch. To Laurie W. I leave Zoology and the dissecting have
    hereby leave two years of skipping and partying to Jeanna andrews. I I. SHARON LYN VESSEL, being of small mind and even smaller fun. To Angie M. I leave 30 cents a day.
    I leave another week at the beach to Cindy Taylor. I leaveall body, do hereby leave a lasting friendship to all my friends
    of my egging car days to Justin Wadsworth. To the most Important throughout the years. To 0111 I leave my love, hopes and prayers
    part of my high school days I give all my love to Ralph Barrett.I for happiness and good fortune. Lastly, I leave here to begin a
    I I. JOHN HAMILTON "B.K.A. Jazzy J." being of educated and Intelligent new life with new challenges, expectations, and dreams 'I
    mind and muscular body do hereby leave all of my I, AMY CLARK, being of sharp mind and extremely dul body, do
    grades to my cousins Shan Sharon Corey and Troy. All my hereby leave the following: To my dearest and newly married
    muscles and strength to Troy and Corey. All mmy unfinished friend Melissa, I give you beans that do not make you whine, I '
    assignments to Shan and Sharon. Last but not least all my "love"to basketballs that do not say Volt and rockets that do not come
    the gorgeous women who were so close to me. Take care from Renee's hands. And to dear Ole' Bradford...BYE! So
    everyone. Thanks for everything, teachers! remember Melissa, Debbie, Denise and Eric I love you guys.
    I, WAYNE SUTTON being of dependable mind and able body I, CLINTON JENKINS, being of solid mind and body, do hereby
    do hereby leave all of my good times at the dances to Rick Kimutis leave my great football ablillty to Malachi Jenkins. I leave my run
    In hopes that he will have as many wild times as I had. I leave to ning ability to Silos Jenkins My fresh moves toStacy Jenkins. I
    Chris H. the map to J. Thompkins' house. I leave to lorie Alvarez leave my smooth dressing to Bradford High.
    all of the cheat sheets she needs In Consumer Math. I leave Betsy 1 I. WILLIAM BRETT RUSSELL, being of deranged mind and short
    two footballs to give to each team next year, I leave my most prized (fine) body do hereby bequeath the following: I leave to my
    possession, my salad bowl, to nobody because I'll need It laterIn I brother Sid all my books, notes, phone numbers and BHS for two
    life. more years. To Coach Clyatt, I leave all the weights and the worry
    I, TRACY ROWAN, being of forgeful mind and helpless body, do about making weight for a weightlifting meet. Thanks for all the
    herey bequeath the following to: My sister Sandi, all of the good help Coachl I Finally I leave fond memories and love to L.H.
    times that I have had throughout my high school years and my I, Valarle McCloud, being of sound mind and healthy body, do
    ability to get along with others I I Love Yo Sis) To Ron Brown, the hereby leave to Erika Banks and Unissa King my sisterly love and
    memorable victories throughout our perfect football season, and friendship. To my number one cousin Cecil Jackson the best of
    In hopes your senior year the State Championship. To Pat Diggs everything he wants. To Kevin Sherman the special relationshipwe
    "Manute," the best of luck In everything. To my Senior friends my have. To my fellow classmate Mike Cahppell the bet of luck in ICONGRATULATIONS )
    thanks to you for all of the.good times that we've had. Take care the world. And to all BHS fellow and new coming students the
    and bese wishes always. ability to graduate from BHS. Thanks for everything.
    I I. TINA MARIE HARRIS being of sound mind and willing body, I, DEANNA MICHELE TOMLINSON, being of helpless mind and best wishes for
    do hereby leave all my cheat sheets to my sister Barbara Jo in lifeless body, do hereby leave Lori Sapp my ability to talk as fast many
    hope that she graduates on time To Brian and Randall, I leave all as you run. Donny B. I leave my great ability of making myself Inconspicuous success-filled days.
    the killer times we had at the farm. And to Brian I leave the looking during a Bible Test. To Deena Cox I leave a
    knowledge to know how to skip school without getting caught box of Animal cookies. To Ann S. I leave you "Prissy." Johnnie C., ERA Tiffin & Owens, Inc.
    and to Duane I leave my heighth. To Michael I leave all my love, I leave you a wrecker to follow you around on Friday nights. To
    I'lilove you forever. Coach Stephens I leave all my problems for you to solve. Thanks. I REALTORS
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